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Old 22-02-16, 05:46 AM   #1
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Anyone done the Sequential LED Front Indicators upgrade by themselves? Would love to try it out.

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That is not so simple as it seems.

Once you remove the fog light trim you have access to the underneath of the bulb socket only.

The sequential indicators will probably be a sealed unit and require full replacement in the event of failure and I doubt the fittings will be compatible as the sequential LED housing is a slimmer design.

The closest will be to replace the bulb with a suitable LED.

See here: https://www.peugeotforums.com/forums/...new308-200010/
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Thx dude. I saw your post on the LED bulb replacement topic, must say it is very helpful. But I am still tempted by the sequential indicators.

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That is not so simple as it seems.

Once you remove the fog light trim you have access to the underneath of the bulb socket only.

The sequential indicators will probably be a sealed unit and require full replacement in the event of failure and I doubt the fittings will be compatible as the sequential LED housing is a slimmer design.

The closest will be to replace the bulb with a suitable LED.

See here: https://www.peugeotforums.com/forums/...new308-200010/
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Here's some ideas if you feel you really want to have a go at modifying them:

https://www.youtube.com/results?sear...urn+indicators

Be very interesting to see how you get on.

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The sequential LED turn indicators is only available from GT Line above that I think has a different assembly.

Anyway, the turn indicators on our side mirror is already sequential so I can live with that.
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Is your sequential?? I dont think mine is..

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The sequential LED turn indicators is only available from GT Line above that I think has a different assembly.

Anyway, the turn indicators on our side mirror is already sequential so I can live with that.
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Yes, check it out. That's one of the things my sales rep brought to my attention.


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Thank dude..

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Here's some ideas if you feel you really want to have a go at modifying them:

https://www.youtube.com/results?sear...urn+indicators

Be very interesting to see how you get on.

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The sequential LED turn indicators is only available from GT Line above that I think has a different assembly.

Anyway, the turn indicators on our side mirror is already sequential so I can live with that.
Mine are LEDs but not sequential.
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Old 25-02-16, 01:46 AM   #10
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I wonder is there a setting in the SMEG+ we can set to bring it out.

Have a noob question to ask as I am new to Peugeot. SMEG+ is like VCDS that's for Volkswagen?
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