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Old January 24th, 2016   #1
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I searched before posting because I'm sure his has been addressed, but I didn't find what I'm looking for. I'd really like to convert all lighting to LEDs so I need to know the actual number or type of each lamp so that I can get pricing. I looked in the service manual but it doesn't provide actual lamp numbers. Does anyone have that info to save me from having to remove lamps to obtain numbers?

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Tail lights are 3157 wedge based lamp.BULB, WEDGE BASE (12V 21/5W ECE) (STANLEY)
34906-MBB-611

Turn signal BULB, WEDGE BASE (12V 21/5W ECE) (STANLEY)
34906-MBB-611

Position Light BULB (12V 5W) (STANLEY)
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Tail lights are 3157 wedge based lamp.BULB, WEDGE BASE (12V 21/5W ECE) (STANLEY)
34906-MBB-611

Turn signal BULB, WEDGE BASE (12V 21/5W ECE) (STANLEY)
34906-MBB-611

Position Light BULB (12V 5W) (STANLEY)
33301-SA0-741
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UGG, my research said the tail lamp was 7443 (sylvania #) So I ordered them and planned to replace a dead bulb tomorrow.
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UGG, my research said the tail lamp was 7443 (sylvania #) So I ordered them and planned to replace a dead bulb tomorrow.
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Old September 6th, 2016   #6
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7443 was the number that came up for my 2012 ST.

I replaced the bulbs with red LED lamps from Samsung that flash rapidly 8 times, then stay on.

The bulbs that have given me fits for a long time (this is my second ST) are the position lamps in front. I've tried LED replacements, but either they don't work, burn out immediately, or randomly flash. I'd like to find LED bulbs that match the clean white light of the HID replacements and the white running lights in the front turn signals.
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I gave up trying to use LEDs in those position light sockets. My experience was the same as yours - they just don't last and they're a PITA to replace.

I too was trying to match the whiter light of the HID headlamps I had installed. I finally just settled on amber colored conventional halogen filament bulbs for those locations. At least they look deliberately different instead of a bad match and they have lasted several years now.
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