WebElectric Products Sequential Tail Lights Kit for 2008-2014 Challenger

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WebElectric Products Sequential Tail Lights Kit for 2008-2014 Challenger

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The STS-4CHSS Sequential Turn Signal kit will convert the taillights on your 2008+ Dodge Challenger into Sequential Turn Signals. This is a true Plug-N-Play kit. You do not have to break off any rivets. There is no need to go into the fuse box to make any connections. Return to stock at any time without any evidence of ever being there! The kit contains pre-wired, plug-in harnesses that install with no wire cutting or splicing of any kind. (Note: 2011 and newer cars may need one ground wire splice) * This kit features Smart-Sequence technology. Your tail lights sequence ONLY when a signal is on. When you hit the brakes, all lamps come on together. Plus, these harnesses feature sophisticated electronics that automatically adjust the sequencing speed to match the turn signal flasher in your car. While other products offer you fixed timing or complicated manual adjustments, these electronics sense your car's flasher speed and adjust the sequence timing for you.

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    WebElectric Products
  • Installation Time
    (approx) 15 minutes
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    2008-2010 Challenger, 2011-2014 Challenger
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  • Dec 29, 2019, 05:44 PM
    Just got my harness and took a little over 30 minutes to install. Disconnected the telephone cable to get the desired effect I wanted. Plugged right in and worked perfect.
  • Dec 31, 1969, 08:00 PM
    It was easier to do then I though and I like them but I was hoping that the brake lights and 4 way flashers did the same as the blinkers it would be a nice touch.

    * Note from SHR - the reason they are not like if following the normal install instructions is that it is a DOT requirement that the kit sequence only turn signals, and not the brakes / hazard flashers. If you disconnect the communication cord going between the left and right sides (looks like a phone cord) the flashers will function exactly like you want them to.