made this a sticky thanks for the clean up TClev
I would have, but my gorgeous, smart, amazing gf ended up getting me the 20" LED light bar with bracket kit for the front that replaces the OEM fog lights. She also got me the 2" flush mount cubes for the back. Both products from Rough Country. I have them both wired into the upfitter switches in the cab. I provided the links below to the lights I have.Did you look into LEDs for the front fog lights by chance?
Another thread (link below) called out 168 as the bulb type for the running board courtesy lightsHaven't had them apart yet, and I didn't see it mentioned.
Anyone know what bulb the running board lights take on a king ranch?
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Same thing here, the new flasher is taller. I just left the cover off. As hard as it was to snap in, I don't foresee it popping out.The EP27L I got from Super Brite is at least .25” taller than the OEM flasher. Is that what everyone has found to be the case? I zip tied the cover back on because it wouldn’t lock back on since the new flasher is that much taller. I see there is another vacant spot for a flasher next to the one I replaced, anyone know what that one is used for? Anyone not put the cover back on ? The new flasher works as advertised. My LED conversion is now complete, inside & out.
So I was curious, were you able to change the color of the mileage or whatever that area that is called?Looks great. About 6 years ago I swapped every light in the truck, and I MEAN EVERY LIGHT, from the dash to every door handle lit button, to blue LEDs. All the external's were swapped a few years ago, and a new electronic flasher was installed, so the LED's flash the normal speed. The old flasher works off the heavy current pulled by all the incandescent lights. When LEDs are installed, the flasher flashes quickly, indicating an incandescent is out. I still like HIDs for the headlights and driving lights.