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Old 01-08-2012, 11:37 PM   #1
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Has any one used the sequence light chips?

Has any one seen sequence tail lights in any other mustang model other than the 2010- present??
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Yep. They have it basically for 96-up mustangs
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Yep. They have it basically for 96-up mustangs
I've seen the on AM.. But I haven't seen them on YouTube on my mustang model. I need to know his they would look lol
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I think a couple people on here have done them. But I can't remember any more.
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I seen one on a 99 with the led build setup. Must have had 1,000 in each side and each row lit up it was nice. I even seen another set that would chained from the regular blinking to a hand pointing and when he had taking his foot foot off the brake it change to a blinking GT VERY NICE
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Old 01-09-2012, 12:02 AM   #6
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I seen one on a 99 with the led build setup. Must have had 1,000 in each side and each row lit up it was nice. I even seen another set that would chained from the regular blinking to a hand pointing and when he had taking his foot foot off the brake it change to a blinking GT VERY NICE
That sounds cool.. I dying to see one my year.. I want to know if it'll be too much or not ya know??
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Old 01-09-2012, 12:09 AM   #7
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I have them on my 96
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Old 01-09-2012, 12:19 AM   #8
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I have them on my 96
Do you have a pic or video ? Lol I would really like to see it
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Do you have a pic or video ? Lol I would really like to see it
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Old 01-09-2012, 10:39 AM   #10
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And it operates exactly like the 2010 tail lights? (nice car man)
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I have them as well. They flash faster than the newer cars with them but i bought a slower flasher to slow them down
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And it operates exactly like the 2010 tail lights? (nice car man)
Thanks man and they look awesome at night
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Latemodelrestoration.com has the sequential turn signal kit for 96 and up
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I have them as well. They flash faster than the newer cars with them but i bought a slower flasher to slow them down
Alright cool I'm actually thinking about getting the kit

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Latemodelrestoration.com has the sequential turn signal kit for 96 and up
Thank man I'm gonna check them out
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I have the plug in kit from AM. Great mod and I made sure to get the raxiom-signal relay flasher to. It slows it down for more of a dramatic look
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I don't know how much they are but when I find out I'll let ya all know and I'll even provide free shipping on group purchases with the discount.
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I have the plug in kit from AM. Great mod and I made sure to get the raxiom-signal relay flasher to. It slows it down for more of a dramatic look
How much did it all cost??
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They cost around 130, I paid 150 with shipping (or something like that) 05 model
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They cost around 130, I paid 150 with shipping (or something like that) 05 model
Does that include the slowed downed relay thing the other guy mentioned?
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Does that include the slowed downed relay thing the other guy mentioned?
No it didn't
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No it didn't
I think it's cool though... I hope the dont change it on the 2015 mustangs
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I think it's cool though... I hope the dont change it on the 2015 mustangs
Yeah they are awesome, I hope the dont either, it's getting to be signature thing for Ford!

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I think it's cool though... I hope the dont change it on the 2015 mustangs
Oh, and the kit I bought only took about 30 mins to install!
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How much did it all cost??
$199 all together with the relay
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Yeah they are awesome, I hope the dont either, it's getting to be signature thing for Ford!

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Oh, and the kit I bought only took about 30 mins to install!
Yea they're original

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Yeah they are awesome, I hope the dont either, it's getting to be signature thing for Ford!

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Oh, and the kit I bought only took about 30 mins to install!
You did it yourself

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$199 all together with the relay
That's not bad at all...
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Re: Has any one used the sequence light chips?

American Muscle.Com is where you wanna go. they have anything you need about anything.. pretty much.. hah
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American Muscle.Com is where you wanna go. they have anything you need about anything.. pretty much.. hah
I've been on there before.. But was afraid to get them because I didn't want it to be too much lol
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True.. Ive ordered through them though and they are great! Good for their word and just awesome products. I go through them for almost all my mustang parts
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Ya I buy parts through, late model restoration, lethal performance, and American muscle from time to time. Late model is reliable and they have pretty good customer service, and they have almost everything. Body parts are a little lacking, but mrbodykit.com takes care of body panels.
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yes I did do it myself, if you can change your own oil, you can easily do it, (if you get the plug in kit, NOT the splice kit) American muscle sells the GOOD one (plug in kit)
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They are awesome... I put it into two of my mustangs... My 68' and 07' and looks great... And I am really satisfied
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yes I did do it myself, if you can change your own oil, you can easily do it, (if you get the plug in kit, NOT the splice kit) American muscle sells the GOOD one (plug in kit)
Lol well I don't change my own oil yet.., and plug in it is then
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Re: Has any one used the sequence light chips?

got them on mine , slow down flasher on order
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Lol well I don't change my own oil yet.., and plug in it is then
I did it as well on two of mustangs.. And am about to put it into my third.. I found it takes some time but if you follow the instructions you will be just fine... You'll really enjoy them. They look great!!!
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Im tellin ya, American Muscle is the way to go. They are Awesome. And if you know what your doin electonically, splicing is cheaper. But if your not like me and cant rewire an entire car, i would suggest a plug on as well! Hah

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Im tellin ya, American Muscle is the way to go. They are Awesome. And if you know what your doin electonically, splicing is cheaper. But if your not like me and cant rewire an entire car, i would suggest a plug in *as well! Hah
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