Oracle flush mount tail lights!!!

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They missed to place a reflector in the middle where they have black plastic with framed in branding.

Would make it street legal and look comple.
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I don’t know, I’m really on the fence about these. Just like the grill, I think the tail lights that we know are part of what makes the wrangler a wrangler.

while I think these recessed lights do look good, I think they take away from the wrangler look and strangely cross over to the new Bronco look🤷‍♂️ And thats not good, or is it?!
Aesthetics are subjective, so there's really no Right or Wrong answer here. I think the OEM tail lights in general, and the LEDs in particular, look like cancerous lumps. Others like them as they are. What matters is what the owner prefers and where he is willing to invest his funds. 👍
 

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I like the look of the flush mounted lights, but it’s low on the list of mods for me personally. I like the factory LED’s just fine and if it’s isn’t broken, I will not tempt fate here. 😁
 

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They missed to place a reflector in the middle where they have black plastic with framed in branding.

Would make it street legal and look comple.
That is where the Blind Spot Monitoring sensor goes. They sent stick on reflectors in the box, but I doubt anyone puts them on. I thought about putting them on the side of my bumper ... right before I remove it.
 

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I have all the hyperflashing and warning inside the vehicle. Just an update. I love the way they look 100%. I have the Tazer Light. I'll move to the mini so I can get rid of all the issue if Oracle doesn't come up with a solution soon. (which means I'll be upgrading, ha!)
 

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Thought I was gonna get lucky and have no problems but was out driving today and the dash shot me a "left tail light out" notification. If anyone hears how to stop that please let me know. Thanks
Send us a PM and we will be happy to help you with this!
 

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So, i received the Oracle flush mount tail light with integrated blind spot monitor lights today, i am absolutely over the moon with them. Me and my daughter fitted them this afternoon. It took us about an hour to disassemble the old units to get at the blind spot sensors and reassemble into the new unit but it was easy and seamless! Thank you to Oracle Lighting for coming up with something that has enhanced the rear end of my Jeep and eliminated those bulky stock tail units. I LOVE them!

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Looks good...but I bit too much like a Ford Bronco...!
 

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Looks good...but I bit too much like a Ford Bronco...!
I was thinking the exact same thing! I wonder if they made protruding ones for the Bronco as well...
 

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Anyone selling their old OEM LED tail light?
 

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Threedom better be working on an activity key fob bracelet!!! Im dying for one!!!! I love my lil fob from them. Even got a pink one for the kid.
I also have these tail lights, they’re awesome! Though I think I need the details on this fob you speak of…
 

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I read through most of this and there is still a question in my mind:

Do these throw codes "always"? Or does it only on happen OEM equipped LED Jeeps? Or does this only affect non-LED Jeeps?

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I read through most of this and there is still a question in my mind:

Do these throw codes "always"?
Or does it only on happen OEM equipped LED Jeeps?
Or does this only affect non-LED Jeeps?
If the owner feedback in this thread (and the other one still active at this time) is accurate, the flush mount LED tail lights will function correctly on Wranglers with original halogen tail lights. No hyperflash nor dashboard error codes have been observed. Just plug and play.

N.B.: In the foregoing instance, the installer should be careful to use the included resistors. You'll need some double-sided tape to secure them to the vehicle, also, since it's not included (despite the installation video illustrating that it is provided.)

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Wrangler owners with OEM LEDs are likely to experience, at a minimum, dashboard error codes, even if the Oracle tail lights otherwise function correctly when viewing them on the rear of the vehicle.
 

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If the owner feedback in this thread (and the other one still active at this time) is accurate, the flush mount LED tail lights will function correctly on Wranglers with original halogen tail lights. No hyperflash nor dashboard error codes have been observed. Just plug and play.

N.B.: In the foregoing instance, the installer should be careful to use the included resistors. You'll need some double-sided tape to secure them to the vehicle, also, since it's not included (despite the installation video illustrating that it is provided.)

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Wrangler owners with OEM LEDs are likely to experience, at a minimum, dashboard error codes, even if the Oracle tail lights otherwise function correctly when viewing them on the rear of the vehicle.
OK; thanks for the clarification. I have the OEM LEDs and this would be a hard pass for me.

Adding diodes and experiencing error codes is not something I'm going to pay to have happen.
 

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OK; thanks for the clarification. I have the OEM LEDs and this would be a hard pass for me.

Adding diodes and experiencing error codes is not something I'm going to pay to have happen.
They're wire-wound resistors and are not needed if you have factory LEDs.

The canbus issue is fixable with a tazer or jscan.
 
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