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    Are the running lights located in the lowest part of the bumper ?
    What location are the front cornering lights ?
    Do the front cornering lights stay on all the time ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by burt ragio View Post
    Are the running lights located in the lowest part of the bumper ?
    What location are the front cornering lights ?
    Do the front cornering lights stay on all the time ?
    The running lights are in the front and are part of the turn signal assembly. The 3157 bulbs are dual bulbs... running lights and turn signals.

    The cornering lights are just behind and to the side of the front turn signals.

    The cornering lights are only illuminated when the lights are on and the turn signals are operating.

    FYI... the lights in the lowest part of the bumper are the fog lights.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fastblackmerc View Post
    I can get red ones but they are more than twice the price. Just use white.
    Due to the light spectrum/wavelength difference between LEDs and regular bulbs you don't want to use white for stop/tail.

    White LED behind red lens = orange light.

    For red light you need red LED.

    Amber lens use amber LED.

    http://www.vleds.com/faq#1
    Which color LED should I use?

    For the most vivid color and best results the LED color should be the same as the lens color. If a white LED is used behind a red lens some of the visible light is filtered out and the light will have a pink tint to it. If a white LED is used behind an amber lens the output will be higher and the color will be bright yellow.

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