[DML] LED Tail Lights
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[DML] LED Tail Lights

I'm thinking about getting some LED tail lights. There are two number 
type that I'm trying to understand and maybe someone can help me. 
There are 1156 bulbs and 1157 bulbs used in the fronts and back. As 
best as I can tell, the 1156 are single filament bulbs and the 1157 
are double filament bulbs (incadescent). I'm not sure what the 
difference is in use in the Delorean. I think the 1157 is used up 
front for the turn signals. I think only 1156 are used only in the 
rear but I don't understand why the 1157 isn't used for the rear turn 
signal. Does someone know the differences?

Anyway I'm working on getting LED lights. I'm assuming the rears will 
take ten 1156 LED bulbs for the rear and two 1157 LED lights for the 
front. I looked at the rear lights tonight and four of the bulbs are 
in a concave shaped area in the lens cover. I don't know what it 
looks like inside but I assume it has a reflective surface. Based on 
that, I think the best bulbs will be those that have LEDs on the side 
and top.

has anyone replaced their tail lights with LED bulbs and if you did 
what kinds did you get and where did you get them?

I heard that the LED 1157s have problems in some cars because they 
will blink faster than normal turn signal lights. If true how is this 

VIN 16113

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