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The small bulbs should be 194's the fr t markers should be 3157NA (tinted amber) do not use the painted amber bulbs (3157A). The rear Ruth signal/brake lights should be 3157's.


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If you really want some doo-fuss to see your stop/turn lights, so they'll know you're trying to change lanes and then speed up to fill the hole. Look at these Bargman replacement flat panel LEDs. I have them on my 95 and they will get your attention.

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I'm interested in those Bargman rears you have pointed out. I think that is a project for another time. I just had a local shop get the rears working right because they found a combination of ground issues and multi-function switch issues. So my rears look pretty good now and at least they work.

On those Bargman LEDs, did you have to do anything with the signal indicator solenoid to make them work properly or flash appropriately?

Your suggestion on getting the 193 lamps is spot on. Once I dug out a ladder and got up there and pulled off lenses I found out that the lamps are currently 193s.

On top of that when I went to actually replace the lamps, almost none of those that needed replacing could actually be fixed with new bulbs. So, looking for additional hints as to what kind of marker assemblies I figured out from markings that they are Peterson 108 and there are no wires from the coach to the bulb. Apparently the posts are electrified and you have to get similar lamp assemblies that will bolt onto those posts. I suppose I could have done LED, but the conventional marker lamps are so inexpensive and the application is a bolt off, bolt on, so why bother.

I appreciate the help and the follow up.

RLS7201 wrote:

If you really want some doo-fuss to see your stop/turn lights, so they'll know you're trying to change lanes and then speed up to fill the hole. Look at these Bargman replacement flat panel LEDs. I have them on my 95 and they will get your attention.

Richard


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jeromep wrote:

I'm interested in those Bargman rears you have pointed out. I think that is a project for another time. I just had a local shop get the rears working right because they found a combination of ground issues and multi-function switch issues. So my rears look pretty good now and at least they work.

On those Bargman LEDs, did you have to do anything with the signal indicator solenoid to make them work properly or flash appropriately?

Your suggestion on getting the 193 lamps is spot on. Once I dug out a ladder and got up there and pulled off lenses I found out that the lamps are currently 193s.

On top of that when I went to actually replace the lamps, almost none of those that needed replacing could actually be fixed with new bulbs. So, looking for additional hints as to what kind of marker assemblies I figured out from markings that they are Peterson 108 and there are no wires from the coach to the bulb. Apparently the posts are electrified and you have to get similar lamp assemblies that will bolt onto those posts. I suppose I could have done LED, but the conventional marker lamps are so inexpensive and the application is a bolt off, bolt on, so why bother.

I appreciate the help and the follow up.

RLS7201 wrote:

If you really want some doo-fuss to see your stop/turn lights, so they'll know you're trying to change lanes and then speed up to fill the hole. Look at these Bargman replacement flat panel LEDs. I have them on my 95 and they will get your attention.

Richard


The tail/stop LEDs will confuse the engine/transmission computer. The LEDs will not pull the stop/turn leads to ground, thus the cruse control and torque converter clutch may not function properly.
The easy cure is to purchase 2 193 bulb sockets with leads and bulbs and tie them into the stop/turn wires. There is plenty of room behind the lamp assemblies to let the 193s hang. Your turn signal flasher is heavy duty and the flash timing will not change. If you need further guidance, send me a PM and we can talk about it.

Richard

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