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Method of replacing a conventional vehicle light bulb with a light-emitting diode array

Image Number 4 for United States Patent #6276822.

A method is provided for replacing the incandescent bulb of a conventional vehicle warning assembly with a light-emitting diode (LED) array. The method includes the steps of removing the lens and conventional light bulb from the vehicle warning light assembly, accessing electrical leads and connecting them to an electrical connector of the LED array. The electrical connector of the LED array may be in the form of wires spliced to the electrical leads of the vehicle warning light assembly, or a bayonet connector which mates with a bayonet connector receiver of the warning light assembly. A license plate illuminating bulb may also be electrically connected to the warning light leads directly or indirectly through the electrical connection of the LED array.

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