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1967 Camaro Halo Parking Lights

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  • 1967 Camaro Halo Parking Lights
  • 1967 Camaro Halo Parking Lights
  • 1967 Camaro Halo Parking Lights
  • 1967 Camaro Halo Parking Lights
  • 1967 Camaro Halo Parking Lights
  • 1967 Camaro Halo Parking Lights
  • 1967 Camaro Halo Parking Lights
  • 1967 Camaro Halo Parking Lights
  • 1967 Camaro Halo Parking Lights
$219.95

Description

1967 Camaros have a metal contact on the parking lights for non-RS Camaros that easily corrodes and causes all kinds of parking light problems. This is eliminated by using a halo instead of a bulb inside the housing. The halo also has a more even light output since since the light comes from the diameter instead of the center and no metal contacts. We take brand new parking light housings and eliminate the original wiring and contacts, then replace it with a bracket that makes for an easy mounting surface and add the halo. From the outside the housing looks just like original, uses the same lens and other parts. The new lights attach to the factory wiring harness, since they are led they require changing to led compatible flashers under the dash but other than that no wiring changes. We sell the lights one of two ways - a complete ready to install pair of lights or a DIY kit you can use to modify your existing lights. The DIY kit requires drilling and wiring, but we include instructions and hardware to make it as easy as possible process.

Product includes: Complete lights or DIY kit for a pair of parking lights

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Install Price: Free install for a limited time 
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Why are my turn signals too fast or don't work at all when I switch to LED bulbs?
LED bulbs have a lower resistance so older mechanical style flasher relays won't work with them. LED flashers are designed to function with LED bulbs solving turn signal problems like hyper(too fast) flashing or no flashing. The flashers we sell use a ground wire and include a polarity reverser. Unlike cheaper no load flashers, these will still make a low clicking noise so you know your turn signals are on. Most cars will not need the polarity reverser. Works best to try the flasher with the ground wire first, then if your turn signals flash very slow or not at all use the polarity reverser. Mostly cars with aftermarket or modified fuse boxes will need the polarity reverser. Either way you will have everything you need without waiting on more parts.

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