I got the one with the ground pigtail and reversing base. Worked fine for my turn signals. However, there is a separate flasher for the hazards and It needs an LED flashing unit too. What unit will work for the hazards? I tried using the one I got for the turn signals but it did not work? Any guidance is appreciated. ThanksIt didn't work with mine, I had to get the 3 prong flasher. One prong is a ground and with the ground wire it worked great.
I can't help with that, my hazards weren't working before I did the LEDs and I haven't had time to track down that issue.I got the one with the ground pigtail and reversing base. Worked fine for my turn signals. However, there is a separate flasher for the hazards and It needs an LED flashing unit too. What unit will work for the hazards? I tried using the one I got for the turn signals but it did not work? Any guidance is appreciated. Thanks
After I changed out to the LED bulbs, the hazards just stay on and somewhat dim. Then I tried the flasher unit that worked for the turn signals with the hazards circuit. I tried it with and without the polarity switching base. No joy.When I first switched over to LEDs in my 74 Charger, I only changed to a new electronic flasher unit for my turn signals. I left my old flasher in for my hazards and they worked but they were slower than I liked. I switched to the same electronic flasher with the ground pigtail and they work faster and are bright. Did your lights work with your old flasher unit?
If so, did you try the new flasher without the reverse polarity base.
I switched mine out a while back with the LED replacements from herbs MOPAR parts. Nice and bright. However, I have my rallye instrument cluster, switches and all the plastic bezels in for restoration at auto instruments. So, I have not seen the new lights in action yet.I just switched out all my dash lights today to these;
I just replaced all my dash lights, both instrument lights and indicator lights, with these. They worked great!Looking for a bulb replacement for my dash lights . It's a 1970 Cuda standard dash with 1816 bulbs.
Anyone know what I can use instead of the plan 1816 bulb ?
Maybe you said earlier, but what are the bulb numbers and where did you get them? Thanks.Got the side marker lamps (Amber/ Red), Instrument Cluster lamps, front parking/ turn and Tail/ Brake/ Turn lamps and they work great. Just remember to lightly lubricate the housings when you remove the old bulbs.