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Old 03-06-2006, 12:16 PM   #1
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Tail light wiring mod question

Ok I know about the mod to make switch the blinkers and tail lights but is there any way to do the following...

-Have the brake light and turn signal light on at all times
-Have the brake light and turn signal light, light up at the same time when the brakes are pressed
-Have the backup light and the turn light signal at the same time when the turn signal is activated

If anyone can help with these please let me know. I think it would be neat to have the lights work way differently

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