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Old 07-26-2013, 12:05 PM   #1
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My 2013 F150 STX didn't come with the rear facing mirror blinkers. Assuming I can find the two wires in the doors wiring harness, I should just be able to install and connect, right? I have read conflicting reports if this can be done or not... Anyone know for sure?

This is what my mirror looks like and I want to add the blinker:

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I'm not 100% sure on the 13's. But up till '12, yes.
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I wouldn't think Ford changes anything like this from 2012 to 2013. Good luck
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I wouldn't think Ford changes anything like this from 2012 to 2013. Good luck
Agreed. I just haven't read much about people doing it on '13's. Didn't want to talk out of my ace, haha!
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were you able to add those narrow blinkers to your 2013? was the wiring already there to plug into?
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Yeah, I was able to get them installed. They don't just plug into the wiring harness.. You have to locate the factory harness in the door and then use a volt meter to determine which one is the blinker. I just tapped into it and then to the ground wire.

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