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Old 09-08-2003, 11:17 AM
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Tell me some one of grater intelligence....I am wireing my street rod and they gave me a two element two wire tail-lite assembly...my question is do I need a three wire/three element bulb and socket to have tailiite, directional and stoplite in same unit???: I want too use a single socket single lite
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Old 09-08-2003, 11:40 AM
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You just need the two element bulb. The reason is that the stoplights and turn signals work off of the same circuit. Which harness are you using? It should have one labeled running lights and another labeled stop/turn signals or something very similar.
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Sorry, no harness being used I am hardwireing each circuit...but I got the idea thanks for your answer
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If you putting you lights in fiberglass, don't forget to ground the tailights buckets
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Only fiberglass I used was to mold the fenders onto the body I just could not get the felt to lay straight got tired of working with it and glassed them over
Its on a 1937 Ford slantback...nice lookin ride your showing
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