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I recently saw in a website a brake/tail/turn light accessory that not only combines and uses the turn signals as driving / brake / turn lights, but it also makes the turn signals change color between red and amber as needed. I don’t know how they do it - possibly multi-color LEDs?
Unfortunately I did not bookmark that site and now I can only find the (most common) ones where you use the amber color as the driving and additional brake light.
Has anyone seen this one brake/tail light accesory anywhere?

Any info appreciated -
Thanks - Sunnyorlando
 

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Hi all - I just received and installed a turn signal conversion kit from "Electrical Connections". Thank you Dianne.... As I'm sure many of you have seen and may be familiar with, it's a very simple circuit that adds red LEDs inside the turn signal and makes the amber lens become red for running and braking, and they remain amber for turning.
Great accessory!
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I'd like to know how you routed the LED wires into the bulb housing.



sunnyorlando said:
Hi all - I just received and installed a turn signal conversion kit from "Electrical Connections". Thank you Dianne.... As I'm sure many of you have seen and may be familiar with, it's a very simple circuit that adds red LEDs inside the turn signal and makes the amber lens become red for running and braking, and they remain amber for turning.
Great accessory!
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I'd like to know how you routed the LED wires into the bulb housing.
The turn signal will come apart with a gentle push the bulb housing will come out and I filed a knotch for the other small wire to pass through the socket housing and put it all back together carefully not to crimp the new wire. I didn't take any pics while I was doing it to show. Had it all back together before I thought about them. Just watch how it comes apart and slide it right back in the same way with the new wire.
 
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