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Old 05-30-16, 11:53 AM
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Light twist lock

I lost one of these that goes in the 3rd brake light on my 2004 Chevy 2500 HD.
Not exactly sure what it is called. Twist lock?
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This one below on Amazon looks like it, but I just need the twist lock base. One.
I know I can get it from the dealer, just trying to keep it simple and get one online.
any ideas?
thanks.
http://www.amazon.com/Partsam-PC168-...=sr_1_1&sr=8-1
 
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Old 05-30-16, 12:17 PM
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In your link is an LED conversion for an incandescent bulb.

You need a T194 twist in lamp socket.

You can get that socket at any auto parts store..... Pep Boys, AutoZone, PartsPlus, etc.
I don't know how many you'd have to order online to make the shipping worthwhile.

Here's a link for a bargain.... however I'm not sure if all those type sockets are 100% identical.

10x 194 Instrument Panel Cluster Light Bulb Socket T10 | eBay

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superbrightleds/168194t3-14-twist-lock-wedge-base-socket/704/
 
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Those should work. You just need to confirm the contact position in reference to the locking cams.

From amazon information....
Make sure the prongs positions are correct to your application cause some applications the prongs are twisted (Check above photo description please.)

I just did a side by side..... they look close but I can't tell for sure if they will work in your application. I don't think I'd risk it.

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