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Old 03-22-2007, 11:13 AM   #11
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Thanks OP! (I realize we are going back in time a bit) I tried both methods for doing the independant turns, and the first method worked, but the tail lights came on with the brake lights, so I rewired everything and followed this word for word... worked great! The only hard part was finding the 921 Amber Bulbs... (Autozone just has 916 Amber, and they cause the lights to fast flash)


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