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Two Separate Lights Making Center Tail Light with Separate Brake and Turn Signal Functions


I have three individual lights, all have a single filament incandescent bulb. Two are turn signals left and right, one is brake. This is on my car. For my trailer, Id like to have two lights for a high mount stop/turn light so when I turn one side flashes and the other is on steady If I apply the brakes, or off if no brakes. I also want both on steady if only brakes and no turn signal are on. Can you recommend the converter I need and how I should wire it?


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Since you want to have two lights for a high mounted stop light in the sequence you stated, you simply need two separate lights. For instance if you want square lights next to each other you can use two of the Bargman Surface Mount Tail Light - 92 Series - Red - White Base # 30-92-001 and you will simply bring the wiring from each side's tail light up to the center fixture on that side. That will give you parking lights, brake lights, and side to side turn lights.

There is no converter needed for that application. For a recessed light # 30-84-527 will work very well with the same housing but separate wiring.

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