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Technostalgia 6503 1957 Chevy LED Combo Lamp

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Technostalgia 6503 1957 Chevy LED Combo Lamp

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Please NOTE the following about this product:

  • This item is sold as a pair.

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Improve safety and visibility in your 1957 Chevy with this bolt-in LED combination light. This single amber LED fists in the original signal lamp location on the grille bar and provides three lighting functions: a high-intensity daytime running light and turn signal, and a reduced intensity park light. 

This LED works with all available 1957 Chevy park light lenses and has a custom-designed inner lens to properly focus the intense light.  

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jsmilinjoe
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N ewton ks

Great and easy to install

November 29, 2010
[...] easy install
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  • Easy To Install
Yes, I recommend this product.
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does the daytime running light stay on whenever the vehicle is running ie all of the time ?

yess22
June 08, 2013

does the daytime running light stay on whenever the vehicle is running ie all of the time ?

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June 10, 2013
Jason
The daytime running light stays on whenever the engine is running or ignition on and is cycled by the turn signal switch. It has the intensity of the turn signal or brighter filament on the 1157 bulb and the park light has less intensity and is on only when in the park light position on the headlight switch.
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