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post #1 of 5 Old 05-02-2017, 01:43 PM Thread Starter
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Blinker fix?

Ok so maybe I don't understand fully how to search well, but I couldn't find a proper answer for this.
I need a blinker socket

Recently I was up at Windrock Park and at a stop noticed my blinker was out, went and removed the socket to learn something weird had happened. The glass bulb broke, but the filament was intact and had melted part of the housing. Well, I removed the socket with the filament still in there, and apparently I dropped the socket at some point, so now i'm de-socketed.

I figured purchasing it would be easy, googled it and in all the websites will state: does not fit. Then i pulled the part and all i can find are ebay answers. Not a fan of just ordering willy nilly off ebay, so does anybody know a part number to fit this indicator socket?

Any help would be appreciated

2011 JK Sport
rock protection underneath
front and rear TF adj track bar
tj progressive front coils
67 jkur rear coils with 2.5" spacer
Rusty's shocks
Rear RE Driveshaft
Smittybilt XRC winch
Nitto TG 35s on Black rocks

Not a lot of money, but a whole lotta fun
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Ok so maybe I don't understand fully how to search well, but I couldn't find a proper answer for this.
I need a blinker socket

Recently I was up at Windrock Park and at a stop noticed my blinker was out, went and removed the socket to learn something weird had happened. The glass bulb broke, but the filament was intact and had melted part of the housing. Well, I removed the socket with the filament still in there, and apparently I dropped the socket at some point, so now i'm de-socketed.

I figured purchasing it would be easy, googled it and in all the websites will state: does not fit. Then i pulled the part and all i can find are ebay answers. Not a fan of just ordering willy nilly off ebay, so does anybody know a part number to fit this indicator socket?

Any help would be appreciated
Cut the socket off and go to a parts store, they're pretty much universal.

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Front or rear?

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Sorry UncleSam,

I had already gotten the part. I was able to get the part through a friend, turns out my local store didn't sell them.

Funny enough after 4 months I was cleaning the jeep, and the old socket was lodged between my grille and winch....oh well, at least I have a spare.

2011 JK Sport
rock protection underneath
front and rear TF adj track bar
tj progressive front coils
67 jkur rear coils with 2.5" spacer
Rusty's shocks
Rear RE Driveshaft
Smittybilt XRC winch
Nitto TG 35s on Black rocks

Not a lot of money, but a whole lotta fun
build thread-https://www.jkowners.com/forum/usa-california-northern/197698-finally-starting-my-build.html
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Front or rear?
sorry, it was the front. I checked at about 5 parts stores and everyone said they didn't have it without purchasing the full blinker assembly for 75$

Total ripoff

2011 JK Sport
rock protection underneath
front and rear TF adj track bar
tj progressive front coils
67 jkur rear coils with 2.5" spacer
Rusty's shocks
Rear RE Driveshaft
Smittybilt XRC winch
Nitto TG 35s on Black rocks

Not a lot of money, but a whole lotta fun
build thread-https://www.jkowners.com/forum/usa-california-northern/197698-finally-starting-my-build.html
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