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One of my front fender marker lamp bulbs have been blown for a couple of years. I finally got around to looking for a replacement bulb but no one in town carries it (the number was 2821).

Are there any other bulbs that work here and are easier to find?
 

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I never thought it was anything but a regular old peanut bulb 190 something cant remember the exact number maybe a 197 clear or 197a amber
 

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Just did mine GE194 or GE 194LL (long Life) I think the 197's work but are not as bright.
 

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Lugs said:
Just did mine GE194 or GE 194LL (long Life) I think the 197's work but are not as bright.

I knew there had to be an easy and cheap solution. I'll give them a try - Thank you.
 

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Since you've found a solution, I hope you don't mind a piggyback question. I'd like to complement my LED tails with LED front marker lights for the front and sides.

Can someone recommend a plug-and-play LED light solution?

Thanks to OP and the gang.
 

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no such thing as plug & play. there is wiring and modification involved. you have to make the jeep think all your bulbs are still there otherwise you turn on all the dash lights
 

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Would the flasher module from ORO that controls my tail lights suffice?
 

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Bummer :(
 

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jolivergraham said:
Since you've found a solution, I hope you don't mind a piggyback question. I'd like to complement my LED tails with LED front marker lights for the front and sides.

Can someone recommend a plug-and-play LED light solution?

Thanks to OP and the gang.
Check with Skinny Pedal. YOu are going to need LEDs and some kind of combination of electrical whoo-haas....Diodes/resistors, etc. I have LEDs all around. SkinnyPedal made them work.
 

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Awesome. Thanks gang. I'll have a look.
Thanks OP for letting me hijack.

Is it a thread hijack if the OP is ok with it? Discuss.
 

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if you have a towing harness, get the proper electrical hoo-ha's and wire them up to the trailer half of a plug. It'll put the proper amount of resistance in the circuit and make the system think you are running filaments in your lights. again, i'd ask skinny about the hoo-ha's
 
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