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Led flasher hunt

I can't seem to pinpoint a vehicle specific LED flasher unit for my 2011 Tundra. The OEM flasher part # is 81980-0C020. Most units don't have the letter "C" in the part number, but I see no replacement number.

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If yer up fer some simple modding, give this a read.
https://v-ledsblog.com/2010/12/02/ho...k-with-v-leds/

...or this one.
https://www.tundratalk.net/forums/tu...n-signals.html

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Thanks for the wonderful info !! I was moving along nicely with the Dremel, taking my time, but I was only looking at the dash when testing the unit. When the flash returned to a normal pace, I went to the front of the truck and noticed that the ding dang "RED" LED bulbs (Sylvania 3157R) were not blinking. The rear bulbs were doing fine. I switched out the front with white LED bulbs (Sylvania 3157) and they work perfectly. Only in my world...

I'm tempted to keep the reds in anyway cuz they look absolutely fantastic on a red Tundra..
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https://law.justia.com/codes/arkansa...r-2/27-36-216/
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(2) The lamps showing to the front shall be located on the same level and as widely spaced laterally as practicable and when in use shall display a white or amber light, or any shade of color between white and amber, visible from a distance of not less one hundred feet (100') to the front in normal sunlight.

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Ha Ha ! That is awesome how we are on the same page. I have already prepped for a roadside meeting with law enforcement by having the white LED's and the OEM amber bulbs in a zip bag within reach to switch them back, if necessary. I will demand that the officer admits to how badass they look. I might even ask if hand signals will suffice, but I will immediately and graciously comply. They will also want to see my Smith and Wesson M&P 9mm when I present my Concealed Permit with my DL.

The blinking problem was due to being sold the wrong bulb. The Sylvania Zevo remedied the issue.

When I created the thread, I thought about just contacting you because I knew you'd have the answer. You're awesome, my man.
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