Trailer Lights wiring

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  1. smitty316

    smitty316 Full Member

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    I went to install a hook up for trailer lights on my 94 toyota pickup and I see there's an issue. All the light kits just use two wires (one wire does both turn signal and break). My truck has separate wires for the turn signal and breaks. I know they sell an electronic converter, but it's expensive and it barely makes the bulbs glow. Are there trailer lights that will have separate wires for tail light, turn signal, and break so I don't have to mess with this converter?

    Thanks, Smitty
     
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    You could put some on there, but you would be running extra wires to power them....and your flat 4 connector wouldnt work for all that, you would have to add another with 2 wires.
    That converter box shouldnt make your signals dim... a grounding problem there maybe
     
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    Did you check walmart..ebay i think you can get for $15.00 also click here instruction click on this click on vid install .
     
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