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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 14th March 2019, 12:53 PM Thread Starter
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03 Sv1KS here. Recently bought an OEM Fender Eliminator for cheap off of eBay and needed the stock turn signals (previous owner installed flushmounts on a DIY FE). Found a set for cheap that included the brake/tail light and bought them in a pinch, not noticing from the picture that the turn signals appear to not have any wiring or connectors coming from the base stem (pic attached from the seller’s listing for reference). Unfortunately they are currently in transit so I do not have any other pictures or info to provide at the moment. Wondering if there is a connector of some sort that plugs into the base stem that would allow me to connect these up to my stock wiring. I did some searching on the forum and couldn’t seem to find a post that matches my scenario. Any insight or advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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03 Sv1KS here. Recently bought an OEM Fender Eliminator for cheap off of eBay and needed the stock turn signals (previous owner installed flushmounts on a DIY FE). Found a set for cheap that included the brake/tail light and bought them in a pinch, not noticing from the picture that the turn signals appear to not have any wiring or connectors coming from the base stem (pic attached from the sellerís listing for reference). Unfortunately they are currently in transit so I do not have any other pictures or info to provide at the moment. Wondering if there is a connector of some sort that plugs into the base stem that would allow me to connect these up to my stock wiring. I did some searching on the forum and couldnít seem to find a post that matches my scenario. Any insight or advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!


It does look like some one cut the wires or gutted the signals. Maybe they took the bulb mounts with the wiring?

Either way, there are supposed to be wires with connectors coming out.

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Thanks for the reply! If that is the case that the wires are clipped or gutted, am I S.O.L at getting these functioning again?
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Where are you located ? I have a set if I remember correctly if you pay postage
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You can buy the connecotrs on ebay that fit the same..... just need to go with the female or the male half.....

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I have OEM rear signals that Iíd sell cheap! $15 plus shipping if youíre interested. They arenít cut at all, and in good shape. Off a 7000 mile 2004. It has 8000+ now, but had 7000 when I got it and removed them
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