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FIRST LOOK: Jeep Gladiator Racetrack Style Flush Tail Gate Light from ORACLE Lighting

FIRST LOOK: Jeep Gladiator Racetrack Style Flush Tail Gate Light from ORACLE Lighting

Inspired by the Mopar "Racetrack" Tail Light Design found on the Dodge Charger and Dodge Durango this innovative product from ORACLE Lighting adds a LED panel which links the flush tail lights into a fluid illuminated design while respecting the Mopar styling DNA. 

This is designed to work with the ORACLE Flush LED Tail Lights (P/N 5882) this panel picks up where the tail lights stop - carrying this design across the tailgate for a big visual impact. Jeep Gladiator Flush Tail Lights (Pictured Above) are SOLD SEPARATELY.  

Installation is easy with mounting handled by a pre-installed VHB adhesive backing and wiring consisting of a simple Plug-&-Play connector for the 4 Pin trailer slot. For those wanting a more permanent wiring solution the cables can be crimped or soldered to the factory wiring if that solution is preferred. 

Functionally this design adds multiple PNP features to the tailgate increasing rear visibility and safety. The larger running light illuminates dimly when the vehicle is driving with the headlights on and then instantly intensifies to 100% brightness when the brake is depressed. The LED Turn Signals feature an animated motion sequence for a vibrant indicator array. 

 

 

 

FEATURES:
• LED Brake, Parking, and Turn Signals
• Dynamic motion Turn Signal effect
• Easy DIY Installation
• Durable Polycarbonate Construction
• Works with JT Flush Tail Lights
• Distinct Signature Styling
• Plug & Play 4 Pin Connector
• Works with base and LED packages
• Patent Pending Design
• 1 Year Warranty

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: 

Product Release: July 2023

Fitment: Jeep Gladiator (ALL)

ORACLE Part#: 5918-504

Anticipated MSRP: TBA

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