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Us Indicator-parking Light Style Module on

US $27.00

Zagreb, Croatia, Croatia, Republic of

Zagreb, Croatia, Croatia, Republic of
Condition:New Type:Light Manufacturer Part Number:0001224585 Brand:Universal

Simple modules that turn your standard indicator lights into US style one, meaning when you turn on your daytime running lights indicator also turns on.
flashing process, this function is switched off temporarily and it turns back on once you switch flashing off.
Normal function of the indicators remains the same whether the modules are on or off.

This version of the modules also allows you to change the way bulbs illuminate by simply turning little screw left-right depending if you want it to be lighter or darker.

The US Blinker Module comes complete with installation kit and English installation description.

* For all cars with 12V voltage
* Max. bulb capacity up to 30 Watt
* Low temperature development

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