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Flush Mount Tail Lights

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Anybody have any flush mount tail lights they’ve installed?
what did you go with?
Do you like them?
Any hiccups or unwanted surprises?

I really like the Oracle for overall compatibility, yet like a few other designs in aesthetics (less compatibilit).
welcoming all feedback.
 
Anybody have any flush mount tail lights they’ve installed?
what did you go with?
Do you like them?
Any hiccups or unwanted surprises?

I really like the Oracle for overall compatibility, yet like a few other designs in aesthetics (less compatibilit).
welcoming all feedback.
Do you have an example?
I have the smoked Oracles on right now. The sensors which toggle the side mirror illumination for blind spot detection are in the tail lights. You need to move the harness over when you switch the lights.
There are some after market lights which don’t have the space for the sensor.
Also, I’m using a Tazer mini for a few reasons; but, one is that without it -and the ability to toggle the LED tail lights back and forth in the settings - you’ll get hyper flashing and a warning your tail lights are out when they’re not. This is the same for any aftermarket tail light replacement.
 
Do you have an example?
I have the smoked Oracles on right now. The sensors which toggle the side mirror illumination for blind spot detection are in the tail lights. You need to move the harness over when you switch the lights.
There are some after market lights which don’t have the space for the sensor.
Also, I’m using a Tazer mini for a few reasons; but, one is that without it -and the ability to toggle the LED tail lights back and forth in the settings - you’ll get hyper flashing and a warning your tail lights are out when they’re not. This is the same for any aftermarket tail light replacement.
 

If you haven't already, I would encourage you to check out the absolute saga surrounding these lights over on JLwrangler.

First off, they're super cool looking IMO. Oracle products in general seem pretty rad. And their support seems way better than average.

However, I've seen a bunch of issues reported with these flush mount lights in particular. Mainly with the BSMs(blind spot monitors). They're just too flush to really keep OEM BSM functionality. Also issues with water ingress, but it appears Oracle has fixed the water issue with newer batches. Last I saw, there was still no fix for the BSMs, but lots of people just don't care about the blind spot monitoring and are willing to give it up.

I can't go through the whole dang thread again, but I did a couple months ago, and concluded against them. But I really like the aesthetics of the lights! Hopefully you get some good info out of that thread if you aren't already on it!
 
Hi Dog, I installed the flush mounts on my 392 about a month ago. Easy install and they look great. BSM is not as good… but who cares because they look awesome. You will need a tazer to clear the error. IMHO, finding the directions for the Tazer was the hardest part.
 
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@prodriquez - it must be hit or miss with the Oracle Flush Mount tail lights in regards to the BSM. I installed these, and flashed them with the Tazer, and my BSM works just fine. I was concerned initially with the reviews on the BSM not working, as well. :unsure:
 
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