Chevy Camaro Sequential LED Front Signal Kit ('69)
The Classic Sequential Light (CST) kits are direct retrofit and replacement for incandescent light bulbs in classic vehicles. These kits incorporate high efficiency LED lights that increase lighting brightness, reliability and longevity. The kits replace all the functionality of the light bulbs they replace. This includes low level running light illumination, turn signal illumination and emergency flash. In addition, the kit includes a self-contained microprocessor and circuitry to enable a multitude of sequential lighting patterns. There is no separate sequential lighting control module to mount and wire up. The kit is designed to work with OEM light housing and lenses as well as aftermarket components. For LED lighting to function properly, a Low Current Flasher Module must be installed in place of the traditional turn signal flasher module.
NOTE: We have developed multi-pattern sequential LED taillight kits for over 230 make, model and year vehicles. Unlike a large corporation, we do not have the funds to keep completed kits in inventory. Therefore, we build kits to order.
The typical lead time for taillight kits is about 20 business days or less. Once we receive your order it will be put into our production schedule. You will receive a shipping notification with tracking information when it ships.
However, if a customer has a more pressing need for a kit, we will do all we can to meet the timeline of the customer. Please call us for situations like this. We like to work with our customers to determine a ship date that works for everyone.
Number of Sequential Patterns: 4 >> Industry First <<
(not including demonstration and standard flash modes)
Number of Panels per kit: 2
Input Voltage: 11 - 15 volts
All Mounting Hardware Included: Yes
Number of High-Intensity Amber LEDs per Panel: 30
Tail Light Operational Functions: Turn Signal Light, Running Light and Emergency Flash
Standard Flash Mode: Flashes all LEDs in all panels together with the flasher relay or solid light with brake, mimics light bulb operation
Demonstration Mode: Steps through each sequential pattern cyclically, flashes each sequence 6 times before stepping to the next sequence, then repeats
The simple installation requires a quick mounting of the LED lighting panel to the tail light housing or lens, depending on application and plugging in the wired bulb plug(s) into the factory bulb socket(s). If sequential lighting patterns are desired, then the attached pink wire must be wired to +12 volt ignition power.
A pushbutton switch on the back or front of the light panel is used to select from any of the pre-programmed sequential patterns. Each press of the switch steps panel through each of the available patterns. Selection is performed while panel is powered up so user can observe each pattern until the desired pattern is determined. The selection is stored in memory within the onboard controller so every time vehicle is started, the same pattern is used.
When ignition power is Off, the tail light panels do not draw any power from the vehicle. This eliminates unnecessary current draw on the battery that can lead to a dead battery over time. The exclusive design also allows the tail light panel to perform running light, brake light and emergency flasher functions when the vehicle is not running. This allows running illumination and warning flashers when the key is out of the ignition. Ignition must be On to provide sequential flashing.
Each CST kit is uniquely engineered for each application. Unlike many aftermarket LED panels, our panels are specifically designed to utilize all available lighting area available in the tail light lenses. The panels will often light up areas that the OEM lighting does not illuminate. This provides the vehicle with the absolute brightest and most noticeable tail light function. In addition, the kits are specifically engineered to not compromise the waterproof sealing of the tail light housings. This eliminates the chance of water intrusion which can lead to condensation, fogging and corrosion within the tail light housings. Many aftermarket kits can not make this claim.