I always hate when the time comes when you decide to rig something up on a vehicle instead of buying a totally new part. But I think this time has come for Ole Silver.I've taken it to work the last few days just so it didn't think it was gonna sit in the garage all winter salt free:lol: Well on the way home the right side turn signal started hyperflashing so I figured a bulb went out. All the bulbs were good and the problem turned out to be water got into the plug that plugs into the tail light and it is shot.The only thing working back there is my quad mod socket that doesn't use that plug. Now I just had the quarter trim off on that side and don't recall any junction handy to unplug the tail harness and maybe a few years ago I would have replaced the whole right side harness for that plug but not anymore. TBH Silver isn't new anymore and it's not worth all the cost and aggravation. Time to cut the plug off and wire up individual sockets old school like the quad mod.Probably gonna be a better deal anyway because I already had to doctor up the contacts on the tail sockets a few times. Still makes me feel crappy though.This brings up a question though. Why does the WJ use 3157's in the turns and reverse lights instead of a single filament 3156? Convenience or something more? I'm probably gonna just get 2 wire sockets for reverse and turn and run 3156's to keep things simple unless there's more to it.