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Can I have CLEAR FRONT CORNER LIGHTS in NJ?

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well i'm in cali, the most strict state ever..........but my .02 is this.........clear corners aren't illegal here as long as you have amber bulbs. i mean think about it almost all new cars and trucks nowadays have crystal clear corners with simple amber bulbs! so in conclusion, if they're not permitted in NJ, then cali isn't as strict as I thought !
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I agree with 95dirtybird. You can also get the new style SilverStar bulbs that are look clear when they are off but when turned on glow amber.


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legally technically, no. but i've passed inpsection with the clear corners, so i gather they don't care that much.

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lets put it this way, if you want them that bad , buy them, if you get pulled for them, tell the officer that you didnt know , and the fact you have the correct amber bulb in there, you should be ok, just dont be a dink to them if you do ,

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I agree with 95dirtybird. You can also get the new style SilverStar bulbs that are look clear when they are off but when turned on glow amber.






yes they are awesome and make the corner light look chameleon during the day..at some angle is gives my corners a purple tint...then blue..and cometimes green..its awesome..a lil pricey but a must for clear corners..and yes they do light up amber as seen above
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porkchop2oo2 what is the light in the one next to the grill.
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porkchop2oo2 what is the light in the one next to the grill.
Definitely! Let us in on the secret. I've been busting my brain to come up with a simple, inexpensive way to put some brighter white lights in there!


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ghetto hyper white LED 3157 bulbs off ebay....nice huh





silverstar headlights. silverstar corner lights..and led parking bulbs...WITH restored cleaned headlights from big mike AND i alligned and straighten the housings...very very bright

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Thanks a lot! I just ordered a set. I've been looking for clear bulbs like that for quite a while now!


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i almost choke myself when i see the shipping cost!!!
well...one LED 3157 bulb at kragen cost me 11.99...and it was red...EACH!

so 19$ all together isnt that bad seeing how its 2 bulbs and not one..including shipping
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wow!! very nice!!
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well ive had them on for awhile now..i had them at our the qualcomn stadium meet..i even heard a couple of guys there saying I F*$#'ed up the picture with our parking lights on becuase my parking lights were the led ones..lol..o well

anywho sorry for the thread jackin...anyways clear corners are legal as long as they have a reflecter in front or on the side of the bulb..all clear corners have the reflector over the part where its visible from the spot it is placed at...hope that helps
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