My bad they are the LASFIT 7440 bulbs. Everything amber. 1157 up front.The bulb specs in CX-5‘s owner’s manual is wrong for rear turn signals. It says WY21W (7443NA) but it should be single-filament 7440NA as 7443 is a dual-filament bulb、and NA is “natural amber”. So I’m not sure how the LASFIT 7443 can fit into a single-filament bulb socket?
For your 2014 CX-5 it has 1157NA but for 2016 and newer CX-5’s they have 7444NA on front turn signals. Since both front turn signals use dual-filament bulbs and do you use “switch-back” LEDs? (white / amber, and amber-bright / off and amber-bright / off during turn signal mode). What kind of front turn-signal LEDs do you have?
I believe the T-tap connectors you found are for trailer lightings.
I am so through with non-oem parts. Never again. Almost all aftermarket parts are Chinese now, and they are nearly universally garbage.
If you're broke and just have to go cheap, I get it. But whatever you do, never, ever buy a non-OEM sensor. You're just asking for trouble if you do.
I’ve learned lesson from past experience similar to yours long time ago. And I use OEM parts as much as I can including oil and air filters, until they’re no longer available as I keep my vehicles as long as I can. I even got an OEM battery for my CX-5 last October even though it isn’t the same factory Panasonic battery. The only exception is the cabin air filter which is not an important part to me. Or if the saving on after-market cabin air filter is huge (i.e. $15 to $53 on cabin air filter for my 2018 Toyota Yaris iA).My son's truck is a 94 F150. The original MAP sensor went bad after 22 years. A new Motorcraft one was $90, the BWD from Advance was $39 with a lifetime warranty. "Hell yeah!" I thought. Mistake.
9 months later, the BWD went bad, replaced it free under warranty. 9 months later, that one went bad, replaced under warranty. 13 months later, THAT one went bad, replaced under warranty. At this point, they no longer had the BWD, so they gave me that money towards a Motorcraft. Not a single problem in the couple years since.