Well, today I decided to do the blinker conversion in preparation for my new plate bumper. I searched for a write up and the only one I really found was the one on liebleweb. Anyways, I figured "This'll be easy, no problem." Boy I was wrong . I have a 2003, yet my corner light looked much different from the back. After going to 4 different automotive stores, I finally found the exact bulb socket that was used in the write up. Unfortunately, I ended up having to hollow out MUCH more than it shows in the picture on their website. The socket still barely fits in there, but I finally got it. After I got the socket in, I noticed there was a HUGE gap that would allow mud, moisture, etc. into the corner light, so I had to epoxy the whole gap. It looks really crummy and I'm afraid that stuff is going to get into the corner light anyway. So far, I've only done the left one. Now I'm not sure whether I should just throw out the assembly and return the electronic components, and buy a new corner housing for 30 bucks (Saved the OEM bulb thankfully), or spend another 45 minutes doing the other light. If I go with the first option, I'll probably get the amber KC hiliters and try to mount them on my bumper. Anyways, what was supposed to be a <$20 mod is turning into a hundred and something.