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Question 2007 sequential tail lights

The lights work great during the day, but very different at night with the headlights on.
They make a sound and flicker like there is a problem with the turn signals.
What can we do to correct this issue?

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What type bulbs do you have in them? OEM type or LED? Did you splice them in or did you buy the complete harness? I've read other posts in various forums, where others also had problems similar to yours. One guy switched the bulbs to LED and that solved his problem. Search Google to get other suggestions.



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