United Pacific producing LED sequential tail lights for 1970 Chevelle

United Pacific producing LED sequential tail lights for 1970 Chevelle

United Pacific Industries is expanding their sequential tail lights product line with an LED Sequential Tail Light for the 1970 Chevy Chevelle.

1970 Chevelle owners can introduce a modern flare to their tail lights with the United Pacific LED Sequential Tail Light insert.

The tail light insert is comprised of 48 red LED lights that can be programmed to turn on sequentially from side to side when the brake is engaged. The sequential function can also be turned on or off by a switch integrated into the tail light power board.

There is no rewiring required. The lights plug directly into the original bulb socket of the 1157 plug. United Pacific’s lights are sealed by the original gaskets and are completely weather proof.

“Our goal at United Pacific Industries is to offer our customers a simple plug and play, user-friendly installations process. We’re giving muscle car owners the ability to easily customize their ride by adding a modern look and touch to their classic muscle car,” said Jai Baek, Marketing Director for United Pacific Industries.

United Pacific Industries also offers replacement sequential lights for other classic cars including:
* 1967 to 1972 Chevy
* 1964 1/2 to 1966 Ford Mustangs
* 1969 Ford Mustang
* 1937 to 1938 Chevy Cars
* 1969 Chevy Camaro
* 1937 to 1938 Chevy Passenger Cars
* 1940 to 1953 Chevy/GMC Passenger Cars
* 1940 to 1953 Chevy/GMC Trucks
* 1973 to 1987 Chevy/GMC Trucks
* 1967 to 1972 Chevy/GMC Fleetside Trucks
* 1967 to 1968 Ford Mustang

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Find out more on upauto.com.

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  • Gary Ellefson
    July 1, 2018, 7:30 PM

    Just bought these for my Chevelle. Tail lamps work and flashers work but left and right turn signals will not work at all. Do I need to do something I was given a different flasher box tried it but didn’t do anything

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