BTW, I put amber LEDs there but stuck to 'normal' bulbs for the 21 Watt white cornering lights. I also have red LEDs for the red side marker in the rear quarter panel. Just shines a little more... correct.
I put red bulbs in the tail lights to compensates for the fading and small cracks in the lenses. I tried red LEDs in the tail lights before that, but it was too much hassle with the electronic flasher (that refused function for the hazard lights) and adding extra load to the feed lines. And the red light emitted by those LEDs in the tail lights was just too dim.That project started off with installing LEDs for the front DLR/turn signal as they would be steady white but flash in amber; the perfect solution for European regulations. But the white was too white for my taste and regulations for classic cars have been eased on the lights, so I returned to the normal amber bulbs.