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Old 12-16-2011, 09:28 PM
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Cool Sequential Turn signals!!

Just bought a set of sequential turn signals, and ran into a few issues, just wondering if any one else had these problems, and if there is any advice?
1.) the plug sockets don't fit my lights (stock lights)
2.) the flash is so close one to another, that it seems as if they are going off at the same time.
Thanx in advance for any input!
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Just bought a set of sequential turn signals, and ran into a few issues, just wondering if any one else had these problems, and if there is any advice?
1.) the plug sockets don't fit my lights (stock lights)
2.) the flash is so close one to another, that it seems as if they are going off at the same time.
Thanx in advance for any input!
I'm assuming you bought them from Web Electric Products?
Did you buy the right version for your year Charger?
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Old 12-18-2011, 07:52 AM
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Yes and yes!
I bought a kit here, on this forum, and member was selling only to find out it was for the 06-08 chargers, and I have a 2009, so I went to the webelectric website, and ordered the kit I needed directly from them.
The socket looks the same, but when you go to but it into the light bucket one of the tabs, is off by about 1/16th of an inch or so, basically enough to not go in.
I'm also missing some caps, that are supposed to be included, according to the instructions, so I'm wondering if maybe they were busy during this crazy holiday time, and sent me the wrong kit, tried calling, and left a message, guess we'll see what they say.
Just thought I'd ask see if any one else had this same issue!
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Yes and yes!
I bought a kit here, on this forum, and member was selling only to find out it was for the 06-08 chargers, and I have a 2009, so I went to the webelectric website, and ordered the kit I needed directly from them.
The socket looks the same, but when you go to but it into the light bucket one of the tabs, is off by about 1/16th of an inch or so, basically enough to not go in.
I'm also missing some caps, that are supposed to be included, according to the instructions, so I'm wondering if maybe they were busy during this crazy holiday time, and sent me the wrong kit, tried calling, and left a message, guess we'll see what they say.
Just thought I'd ask see if any one else had this same issue!
That is strange.. I know that my kit includes two harnesses, two bulb sockets, two caps, and a phone cable.
I spoke with Lawrence there at Web Electric when I ordered mine and he was very helpful with my issue. He should be giving you a call back, just let him know what you are missing and the problem you are having.
Wish I could be more help, but my signals will be a Christmas present, so I haven't installed them yet. Hopefully I can be more help once I install my set.
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No problem, LMK When you go install them, I did get 2 wired sockets, 2 harnesses, and a phone cable for mine, the caps are missing, and the sockets are just a bit off, I call Friday night so I wasn't expecting a call back till Monday, but figured in the mean I'd ask see if anyone else had the same issue, and maybe there was a quick fix, so I wouldn't have to bother the seller with my issues!
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No problem, LMK When you go install them, I did get 2 wired sockets, 2 harnesses, and a phone cable for mine, the caps are missing, and the sockets are just a bit off, I call Friday night so I wasn't expecting a call back till Monday, but figured in the mean I'd ask see if anyone else had the same issue, and maybe there was a quick fix, so I wouldn't have to bother the seller with my issues!
Okay so I installed them today and I see what you are saying about the socket. You actually have to insert the socket sideways partially, twist, and then the other tabs slip into place. It was a little off on mine as well but if you do that, it will go in. As for the caps, i wouldn't say they are required, but I'm sure they would send you some replacements if you asked.
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It was all taken care of, I got the caps, and the new sockets, the sockets I was sent were actually the wrong ones, when I called, he sent me 2 caps, and 2 new sockets, which went in perfectly, kinda snug, but they went in, I sent them the wrong sockets back, over all I am actually happy with the customer service!!
I ended up using the phone cable in the middle, for the sequential turn signals only, did you?
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It was all taken care of, I got the caps, and the new sockets, the sockets I was sent were actually the wrong ones, when I called, he sent me 2 caps, and 2 new sockets, which went in perfectly, kinda snug, but they went in, I sent them the wrong sockets back, over all I am actually happy with the customer service!!
I ended up using the phone cable in the middle, for the sequential turn signals only, did you?
Awesome! I was really pleased with the buying experience as well.
Well no not at the moment. I liked the brake sequence. Wanted to get as much out of that $100 as possible.
What I actually did is modify the harnesses and install load resistors so that I could use LEDs as the brake lights and not damage the stock wiring. All in all, it turned out very well.
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I see from your signature list you got the switch back lights installed in your car, I wanna do that but don't wanna cut my wiring to install the load resistors!
how did you you do your, is there a way around that?
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I see from your signature list you got the switch back lights installed in your car, I wanna do that but don't wanna cut my wiring to install the load resistors!
how did you you do your, is there a way around that?
Well if you were to get them from Ebay as I did, they should come with some wire taps that don't actually cut the wire. When I first installed them this morning I was stupid and cut a stock wire thinking that, but in actuality, you can splice them across instead of cutting completely. As for avoiding wire modification altogether, I couldn't find a way. The plus side is that you the turn signal is actually on it's own harness with the corner lights that could be replaced were something to go horribly wrong.
On a side note, I love the switchbacks themselves. The match my HIDs almost perfectly.
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