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I searched for this topic, but didnt find anything. I want to get rid of my my turnsighnals, I keep breaking them. I saw a wrightup on tieing the turnsignals into the corner lights, anybody hear of someone doing this? thanks, PAT
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I did it to my '94, works well, very bright. I'm not on my computer so I can't give you a link, but I think Roger Brown's page is where I found the write-up. Try doing a search to an old post with his page link in it.
 

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Originally posted by LoknLod762:
<STRONG>I did it to my '94, works well, very bright. I'm not on my computer so I can't give you a link, but I think Roger Brown's page is where I found the write-up. Try doing a search to an old post with his page link in it.</STRONG>
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I did this a different way. I went to the junkyard, bought two pigtails identical to the ones in the corner lights ($3 ea). Then, I drilled 1 11/16 hole in the back of each corner light assembly, and filed a notch for the ears of the bulb mount to fit in, and installed the new turn signals into the corner assembly and put it all back together. Result is two bulbs in each corner light assy. lemme know if you want a pic.

WalMart has a GE bulb that fits the flat push-in type socket (GE #921, I believe) that is higher wattage and makes the turn signal click at the right speed. Total investment in this project was under $10, including the 11/16 drill bit and a small file.

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I took a hole saw to the back of my parking light "module." Then I took my turn signal bulb and shoved it in there and sealed it off with duct tape. Works great. Total cost: $0.05 worth of duct tape. Didn't even have to spend gas money going to the store to buy stuff.
 

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Why do you need a write-up? It's easy as one, two, three...

One - cut off old signals
Two - cut off old running lights
Three - connect new multi-purpose light to wires
 

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I might mount two of my motorcycle turn signals to my front winch bumper when I make it. If they can take a low speed lay down, they should hold up, and look like shit at the same time. <IMG SRC="smilies/eek.gif" border="0">
 
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