You could wire in a light to do it. It wouldn't really be that hard. Wire positive of if the blinky light to ground of the new light. Hook the new light up off of the positive off of the lights that come on when the head lights do. When blinky light turns off the new light is temporarily grounded, voila, alernating blinking lights. Just got to be brave enought to drill into your reflectors. It looks good on my 97, and with the hazards on it is even better.
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