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Old 11-28-2023, 03:20 PM   #1
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Front Cap Strip Light

Hey folks, we have a 2014 38FL and the red LED strip light on the front cap has slowly started to not light up all the way across. Anyone know if there's a direct replacement, or do you just have to find something that will work in it's place? I'm somewhat of a purest, so I like to keep things as original as I can, especially on the exterior.
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Old 12-01-2023, 11:04 PM   #2
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I would say that its unlikely that you will find new old stock lights for the front cap. I am 100% certain you can find a good equal. LED manufacturers come and go , often the parts are not available for commercial building lights 1 ~2 years after they are purchased and installed. Measure how wide the strip lights are , they are just red peal and stick IP67 lights that are 12 volt DC. Two butt splices and black RTV sealer . you can use a plastic scraper for automotive tape removing from harbor Freight . They will get under the lights and not damage the paint on the cap.

I think the lights on my 2015 are 10mm wide.
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