|08-16-2013 01:04 AM|
|SVTRSST||just found a weak connection at the bulb socket, that was the cause!|
|08-16-2013 12:34 AM|
found this other how to by peterbilt, i think what that actually does is taking the power source of rear left and right turn signals from the front ones. Working with the GEM might not be the problem with my stop/parking light
|08-16-2013 12:22 AM|
Read what Mile30 wrote, he explains what each of the wires do and he has included actual wiring diagrams:
|08-16-2013 12:08 AM|
Bumping this, does anyone know what are you actually doing by doing the first part of the how to?, working with the GEM, i mean.. what does the blue wire do, and the blue with white and the blue with red?...
When i step on the brakes ill get the stop lights on, but if i have my parking lights or headlights on and i step on the brakes my drivers side stop light wont work, basically my problem is that i cannot have my parking lights and stop lights on at the same time. Any ideas whats wrong?, maybe a ground?
|12-24-2008 02:23 PM|
|Sonicbluezx3||Well I guess I'm going to go for it with these instructions then. I'm going to take some pictures while doing it tho to make it a bit easier than the illustrations. Plus I'm going to add a little bit of awesome to it ;)|
|12-24-2008 11:26 AM|
|12-24-2008 09:22 AM|
I finally had to settle on running my own wire to the tail lights.
I think it really depends on the car/year.
|12-23-2008 11:42 PM|
|Sonicbluezx3||What is the reason behind messing with the GEM? Couldn't you theoretically just move around the wires at the tail light? I remember b16sir1991 saying that there was an easier way of doing this|
|12-23-2008 07:28 PM|
|12-23-2008 01:45 PM|
|WuNgUnSVT||Does this keep the auto door lock functional?|
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