Red, White and Blue Emergency Vehicle Strobe Lights

In honor of Labor Day, one of our favorite holidays, we’ve decided to feature some of our red, white, and blue emergency vehicle strobe light builds for this month’s blog. These builds include some of our most popular emergency vehicle strobe lights and some custom-order products.

GMC Denali First Responder with Blue and White Strobes

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For this first responder build, we used a combination of Wicked Warnings emergency vehicle strobe lights. We feature our Thin-X Strip LED strobe light in the blue/clear 28-inch version in the front of this truck. We set this light on a slower and stable alternating flash pattern to provide warning light for a longer distance. The Thin-X Strip light includes the flood mode feature out of the box. The flood mode works with or without the rest of the strobe lights activated. You can see our LIN-6 LED strobe light in an all-blue color in the “nostrils” of the truck’s hood. We also mounted blue TIR-3 strobe lights within the fog light bezels.

We used our LED HAW DUO strobe lights with a fast double flash alternation in an X-pattern in the back. In the rear bumper, the LED HAW DUO in blue is used again with a black mounting bezel.

Volunteer Fire Fighter Emergency Vehicle Strobe Lights

These next two trucks are throwbacks to emergency vehicle strobe light builds for a volunteer fire department.

This video features an emergency vehicle strobe lights build for a Ford F-150 and Ford F-450. Both of these trucks feature similar LED strobes. We’ve installed a 60-inch red and blue light bar on the roof, five of our TIR-3 strobe lights in the grille, and our red LED HAW DUO in the fog light bezel. The light bar is a special-order product but check out our online store for more information about the other products used in this build. For a more in-depth look at each truck, check out the videos below!

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Video Demonstration of Wire Swap Installation for Auto Flasher Kits - Molex Connector Pin Removal & Replacement

What are the Wicked Auto Flasher Kits & how do they work?

Wicked Warnings has been around since 2005 with stellar references and we have been using our WAF (Wicked Auto Flasher) module since early 2016 with zero reported vehicle failures. There is no known risk to using any factory lighting as flashers that we are aware of. Of course, all your factory lights will always revert to factory function when the strobes are not being used.

Many of our builds feature a combination of factory lighting as well as purpose-built emergency lights to create a more effective display, so we urge you to consider more than just factory strobe lighting on your build. We have many options available to supplement the factory lighting.

How does the Auto Flasher connect to my truck anyway?

We have 3 connection methods used in our WAF (Wicked Auto Flasher) kits. The way that we manipulate the factory lighting is through the wires. We DO NOT reprogram any of the computers. Everything we do is easily reversible, and any number of individual kits can be combined onto a single switch if desired. There is no single kit to flash all factory lights, as we must retain circuit individuality. The following three methods are used to interface with the factory wires.

  • Wire Cut: In certain lights, like the white cargo light by the third brake, the only way is to cut a single wire (at this time). We understand that some people are uncomfortable cutting wires and we are working hard to offer “cut-free” solutions as fast as we can. This is how some of the current website kits are sold. Sometimes, this is the only option to achieve the desired display.
  • Wire Swap NO CUT: This is by far our favorite solution and how most of the new generation kits will be made if possible. Wire Swap is how ALL the Headlight and Taillight kits are going to be made for the FORD and many GM trucks. We are working to update the current website options to this new “wire swap” kit and will continue noting any changes on the product online as they happen. It really is just as easy as swapping a wire. Again, the kits will have notes in the description stating which version they are. Click here to watch a video showing the Wire Swap method.
  • (NEW & COMING SOON) Plug N Play Extensions: Plug N Play extensions can be purchased for an extra cost. Please bear with us as these are all handmade and fairly difficult to source parts for. We have some availability and are waiting on some parts for others.

We hope this helps to answer any questions about our Auto Flasher Kits and hope you enjoy these products!


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