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I bought and installed this kit almost a year ago, and at times the turn signal modules stop sequencing the lights after a minute or so. I called WebElectric yesterday, and they told me there have been several updates to the modules, and if I send in both part "B"s, they would send me new ones under warranty. Very cool. They told me to plug in my old harness during the swap out. No major disassembly required, which is a good thing, just unplug the "B" sections, and plug the old harness in temporarily. The kit has a lifetime warranty! I got immediate response from the company, which was awesome. I thought I would post this so others that might be having issues would know about this solution.
 

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That's good to know that they will even upgrade hardware! Helps me make up my mind with which one I'll go with (its on the list, just way down the list).
 

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I just installed them on my SRT8 yesterday. I love em! A must have for any Challenger. Shipping took one day and installation about 45 minutes! Couldn't be happier with WebElectric.
 

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I too had an older kit, and one side stopped sequencing. Called up Web Electric on a Sunday evening expecting to get a machine, spoke with Lawrence and he got me squared away with the updated harness covered under the warranty and was here in a couple of days. Swapped it out and no issues to date.
 

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Something that wasn't correct to begin with, gets fixed under warranty really isn't going to be on my list of mods. If everyone from day one had said , "works flawlessly from day one" I'd have them. Kinda a case of sell em and fix them in the field mentality. They are a cool idea, I'll buy mine from MOPAR when they release their kit, I think at the end of this month according to posts I've read.
 

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Something that wasn't correct to begin with, gets fixed under warranty really isn't going to be on my list of mods. If everyone from day one had said , "works flawlessly from day one" I'd have them. Kinda a case of sell em and fix them in the field mentality. They are a cool idea, I'll buy mine from MOPAR when they release their kit, I think at the end of this month according to posts I've read.
Who do you think MOPAR is getting them from?

Repackaged and shipped to the dealers:browsmiley:
 

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I just installed them on my SRT8 yesterday. I love em! A must have for any Challenger. Shipping took one day and installation about 45 minutes! Couldn't be happier with WebElectric.

I'm not mechanically inclined so how difficult are these to install? Can a ''dummy'' do it? Thanks
 

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I'm not mechanically inclined so how difficult are these to install? Can a ''dummy'' do it? Thanks
The instructions are ridiculously easy the hardest part is removing the middle light assembly.

Installed mine today in about an hour give or take a few minutes.
 

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Yeah I must say they were extremely simple to install. The instructions are very clear and you don't have to cut any wires or break off anything. If you wanted to go back to stock configuration it would be a simple job. The only tool you really need to have for the whole installation is a #20 Torx driver.

If you still aren't sure about it, you can go to the WebElectric site and download the instructions and read through them.
 

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Very cool. Will be picking this up sometime soon.

Does anybody have the contact info on Web Electric?
Here you go:

For product, shipping and general questions, contact: [email protected]
For technical support, contact: [email protected]
Or, you can call 440-389-5647. If we don't answer, please leave a message -- someone will get back to you as soon as possible!
Orders and hard documents can be faxed to
440-389-2668 or mailed to:



WebElectric Products
P.O. Box 24153
Mayfield Hts., OH 44124
 

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Yeah I must say they were extremely simple to install. The instructions are very clear and you don't have to cut any wires or break off anything. If you wanted to go back to stock configuration it would be a simple job. The only tool you really need to have for the whole installation is a #20 Torx driver.

If you still aren't sure about it, you can go to the WebElectric site and download the instructions and read through them.
Thanks all.....
 

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mine dont seq at all when you hit the brakes .. onlt turns do .... i thought that they were supposed to seq once then go solid on the brakes ..
 

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I'm not mechanically inclined so how difficult are these to install? Can a ''dummy'' do it? Thanks
I'm a dummy and installed the harness in about 1.5 hours. It took me longer because I cleaned everything. The hardest part for me was getting the trunk latch to work. The trunk latch cover has to be removed to run the wires from the center light bar. The safety pull came out of its guide while I was running the wires and had to take off the trunk latch plastic cover. The printed instructions are excellent which are the same as on line instructions however the pictures on line are much clearer.
 

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I have couple of the control boxes that Lawerence made up about ten yrs ago in a 1967 Imperial..

Wayy kewll,, and still werkin' flawlesly....

Going to get to the Challenger as well in month or so..
 
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