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Old 08-25-2013, 09:12 PM   #1
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Splice in sequential tail lights

Just ordered them from AM and was wondering if anyone's installed these and has advice! Thanks.
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There's some YouTube videos id check out first. And a website showing install was on another sequential thread if you want to check that out. They look awesome too btw!
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There's some YouTube videos id check out first. And a website showing install was on another sequential thread if you want to check that out. They look awesome too btw!
Okay thanks for the advice!
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Np, havent done it myself yet so sorry couldnt be of much help lol. But ill be doing it soon. Just make sure theyre all done cleanly and all. Better to take your time an do it once than over again.
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For sure bro, I recently installed a head unit myself which involved PLENTY of wire splicing so I thought this couldn't be worse.
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Then it should be a pretty easy install for you then, most people get nervous hearing the words wire splicing.
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Old 08-25-2013, 10:25 PM   #7
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Its a very easy process to do. I followed the instructions for one side and even had my 10 year old daughter doing the other side with me. The only thing I did different was I soldered the connections together rather than use the connectors that was sent withe the kit. They will turn out great!! I've had a lot of people that didnt know they made them for our cars and order them the next day.
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Yeah it scared me for the head unit but I was able to figure it out! And I do intent on soldering them together
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Here's mine I did

Bought it off eBay for 50$


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It would look ever better if you added the relay to slow it down.
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Yea I know lol i never bought it yet thanks

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Installed was not hard you just match the wire mine came with a install sheet and I solder all mine and put heat shrink on them
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Finally had the time to install them yesterday! Took about an hour and a half :O but it was totally worth saving the $80 and I had fun installing they worked the first time and I LOVE them. It just sucks its a mod you personally never get to see in action
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Finally had the time to install them yesterday! Took about an hour and a half :O but it was totally worth saving the $80 and I had fun installing they worked the first time and I LOVE them. It just sucks its a mod you personally never get to see in action
you may never really see it...but i can tell you i get compliments from other mustang owners when i'm cruising around.
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Old 09-05-2013, 06:42 PM   #14
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you may never really see it...but i can tell you i get compliments from other mustang owners when i'm cruising around.
Yeah I showed them off to some buddies already and they loved them!
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Whenever I cruise around with a friend I always drive behind him cause his sequentials are too bad ***
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