Originally posted by Deadtemple
My rear signals and flashers do work. I am a little confused about this.
Anyway, I was wondering instead of messing around trying to find where I screwed up, if I can run new wires from the turn lights and connect them into the rear turn lights wires. Would this pose a poblem for the rear lights?
If you hook the front turn signal lights to the rear turn signal lights they will come on when you step on the brakes as well. I don't think this is what you want.
In most vehicles that use only a double filament bulb in the rear, the turn signals and the brake light circuit are combined and controlled by the turn signal switch. If you have a separate bulb in the rear that is used ONLY
for the turn signals, then you can hook the front turn signals the way you asked.
What I suggest is to turn the ignition switch on, set the turn signal switch to either right or left. Using a circuit test light, check the unused
wires coming from the turn signal switch to find one that has current. That will be for the front turn signal wire for one side. Repeat the above with the turn signal switch in the other direction to find the other source wire.