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07-31-2015 04:53 AM
HeenanSvt Dang good write up. The previous owner of my Svt had did the wiring for euro tail lights and blinkers. I do have the euro tail lights(just blinker&brake light) and sockets (bulb 1137). Just got done checking wiring over everything seams to be as instructed on the forum would of been awesome if the pictures worked but o well. Was wondering if anyone has had issues with not having a parking light not coming out of the driver tail light ??? I do have the brake light & blinkers work fine but that side seams dull compared to the passengers side which seams to have both the filaments on in the bulb. On the driver side or ( left sleeve) I have a blue-white wire which is my guess the left turn signal and orange white wire and i guess that to be the parking lights(runner lights) for that side ... is it a possibility the wire is broke ? Also i have no clue if this is related but in the front of the car when my parking lights are on there is nothing coming out of the driver blinker it should be on also. its a dual filament bulb also and blinker does work. Could some one shed some light on my situation would so much appreciate it id love to have my daily driver back up and going
03-03-2014 02:03 PM
hurtinfocus I need to use this but the pics for the original post are gone.....any chance we can get those back up?
02-02-2013 07:54 PM
TerryB Check the how-to section and look for the parking light/grill light delete. It's just cutting one wire on the turn signal connection. Then you can run the parking light wire where you want to.
02-02-2013 07:45 PM
MattDzx3 Old thread, but has anyone done this for the front turn signals. I need separate the blinkers from the running lights so that I can use different sets of LEDs for the blinkers and running lights. Right now, if the running lights are the blinkers stay on constantly but get slightly brighter and dimmer. I want them to turn all the way off between blinks. Don't know if that made any sense. Any ideas?
10-23-2012 01:34 PM
SvviftSVT hopefully i will be tackling this within the next month.
06-27-2012 04:14 PM
eurocobra Anyone try a taillight harness from a Euro Spec focus? Will this be of any help instead of splicing wires?
11-25-2011 05:05 PM
TerryB I did mine about two years ago. I did all mine at the harness behind the left rear panel. I ran the reverse wire through a grommet on the bottom. Then just split the turn/brake wiring. It took alot of patience and most of a weekend. I have red LED's in the reverse sockets with resistors for hyper blink. I put 2x3 fogs in my Kaminari rear lip behind the mesh. I used the center brake light wiring for all stop lights. My conversion came out of nesessity. My brake lights were stuck on, so I cut the wires at the hazard switch and tapped the center brake wiring.

11-25-2011 04:31 PM
Originally Posted by SvviftSVT View Post
i will be hopefully doing this in the next month. just need to buy some fog lights to use.
You better take lots if photos Daniel! I may be doing similar but doing the reverse lights in the euro rear bumper that I still need to finish sanding b4 it gets painted.
11-23-2011 12:28 PM
SvviftSVT i will be hopefully doing this in the next month. just need to buy some fog lights to use.
03-23-2010 06:59 PM
02ZX5cominalive Back to the top. Doing it this upcoming weekend, if the wife lets me......
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