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      04-08-2008, 10:15 AM   #23
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You can use 3M wire taps These are available at home depot or any hardware store.

The E92 uses 7507 for the rear turn signals.

The Solaris bulbs will be available in white in the next coming weeks
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Just to let you know one thing. I bought the resistors from Jlewis and mounted them in my e92. I replaced the rear turn signals and are using red leds. Every time I start the car I have to use the hazard for a few seconds because if I donīt, it will flash fast three times in both directions first time I use them and then it works as it should. Iīve decided to live with it because when it works...its sooo nice.
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Hmm.. can anyone compare solaris and the led rear turn signals first hand?
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Just to let you know one thing. I bought the resistors from Jlewis and mounted them in my e92. I replaced the rear turn signals and are using red leds. Every time I start the car I have to use the hazard for a few seconds because if I donīt, it will flash fast three times in both directions first time I use them and then it works as it should. Iīve decided to live with it because when it works...its sooo nice.
hhaha me to only thing is i now have a cel about my rear right brake light because there wasn't a color on the install guide so i just tapped a diff one i think if i fix that it will be just the hazards for a sec in the beggining
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Hmm.. can anyone compare solaris and the led rear turn signals first hand?
The LEDs are brighter. If you want something that fills up the housing, LED is the way to go. Solaris will do the trick but they're not as bright.
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