Just installed WebElectrics Sequential Taillight kit

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  1. 70-426_10-SRT

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    Instructions made no since until you actually start.
    Even then, not quite right.
    But went together without an problems.

    But riddle me this batman, the factory puts 8 1157 style, dual fulfillment bulbs in
    but only uses the single element on the inside 4 sockets????

     
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    Looks great !
     
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    I thought about doing that but in other videos it seems they ran a little faster then yours and I didn't like that. Also, if I remember correctly (from another video) if you want to unhook that one coupler, I think that it's behind the lights, when you hit the brake lights will come on sequentially go from inside to outside. NOW that looks cool!

    I still might do that, but I'm looking for a reasonably priced headlight kit so my '13 will have halo headlights like a '15 and later. Not just gluing rings on ...
     
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    inside on the tail lights just light up, season for single filament. now that you have the sequential. you need double filament as they blink now.
     
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    Correct, but the FACTORY had dual filament in all 8 sockets.
    Worried I would have to replace the inside 4 when I installed the kit, buut alrady were correct.

    Kind of like maybe Mother Mopar had a CODE the dealer could turn on the inside for at least brakes?

    Don't know, but happy with these.
     
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    I have them on my 2009 RT since 2011. No problems at all just switched to LED bulbs for the brake light though.


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    I love the sequential tail lights (I believe they were designed by the brilliant Carroll Shelby) but check with your DOT before yanking the phone cord to make the break lights blink. It is illegal in some states as it can be mistaken for an emergency vehicle.


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    Yea, I heard the "After Market" kits did that,
    and I really didn't want my Brake Light to do that, so I was contemplating getting the MOPAR Kit, but it was $100 more (go figure)
     
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    When you unplug the phone cord they only sequentially go out, from center to O/S, one time when you step on the brakes, they don't continually sequence. Mustang GT's would be illegal, their brake lights sequence ONCE when you step on the brakes.

    They also had that kit for when you step on the brakes your Cyclops blinks about five times, then needs to be off 15 or 30 seconds before it resets.
     
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    Mine brakes have been sequential for 7 years, haven’t been stopped yet and have driven though a few states with them and no problems.


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