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All, as mentioned in my post below about taillight function, I am working on repairing a 2010 taillight and need to replace some of the individual LEDs in the brake/turn signal string which have corrosion and water damage. So far I have not found a direct replacement component although I have ordered an assortment from Digi-Key in hopes of finding a reasonable substitute. However, if anyone has a damaged/broken/inop taillight I would be interested in buying it in order to "harvest" the internal parts (I will post a want ad to keep Scott happy :-) ). Also, if you do end up with the melted socket/housing problem due to the bulb socket problem, I think I will be able to repair that, so give me a shout.
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