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Old 10-17-2012, 10:49 PM   #61
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True story, and sound advice. Do you have a link to anything you have in mind?
Problem is that I don't know which version flasher is used in the 2012's and haven't had the time to dig through the car to find it.

Anyway I did a quick look around and found these two sites that sell them.

http://www.autozone.com/autozone/acc...mString=search

http://www.superbrightleds.com/cat/l...0-541--528376/

No doubt there are others out there, those are just the couple I found in the last 15 or so minutes.

But like I said I don't know which version we need for the 2012's and until I do I'm not even bothering to look around for turn signal LED's.
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Problem is that I don't know which version flasher is used in the 2012's and haven't had the time to dig through the car to find it.

Anyway I did a quick look around and found these two sites that sell them.

http://www.autozone.com/autozone/acc...mString=search

http://www.superbrightleds.com/cat/l...0-541--528376/

No doubt there are others out there, those are just the couple I found in the last 15 or so minutes.

But like I said I don't know which version we need for the 2012's and until I do I'm not even bothering to look around for turn signal LED's.
I just spliced in resistors. Its dead simple and equally reversible should I need to do such a thing, mounting itself isn't so much an issue since the ceramic resistors work well. Mine are also mounted on a small steel bracket as well so less chance of heat damage on anything.
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