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Old 03-13-2013, 08:09 PM   #1
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Side view mirrors with turn signals

Has anyone heard of such a thing for the Mustang? I live in Japan and their inspection requirements are lame. I'm required to have turn signals on the forward half sides of my car and don't want to drill holes through the sides to install amber blinkers.
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Sounds silly to me. Then again you never see Mustangs in Japan.
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Old 03-13-2013, 08:53 PM   #3
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Just get little LEDs to put on the edge or top of the mirror.
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EBay has 2 mirrors red or blue for $40-$50. They actually probably wouldn't look to bad.
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Sounds silly to me. Then again you never see Mustangs in Japan.
It's a silly rule. I just need to have the turn signals on for the inspections. Many silly rules over here.
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when i bought my GT it had aftermarkets that had led turn arrows built into the mirror...i hated the style of them but if it keeps you legal i think mr. body kit sells them

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when i bought my GT it had aftermarkets that had led turn arrows built into the mirror...i hated the style of them but if it keeps you legal i think mr. body kit sells them
That's for the assistance. I know it will look terrible but the intent is only to pass the inspections and then I'll put the stock look back. The other option is to drill holes in the fender and put amber lights there but I'm not wanting to do any permanent changes to the car.
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Yeah you could however do tbis for cheap. Buy an amber light...run wire to your turn signals power and ground...then pop your fender badges off. Stick new light in that hole...pass test...take light out and put badge on lol
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Yeah you could however do tbis for cheap. Buy an amber light...run wire to your turn signals power and ground...then pop your fender badges off. Stick new light in that hole...pass test...take light out and put badge on lol
There you go heard some badges don't have holes. Guess I should check. Heck of an idea.
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