simple wiring help brake lights, running lights, turn signal
I have most of the wiring figured out for my rear lights. Now, how do I wire the brake lights, when I apply my brakes will my turn signal not flash. For me the easy way would be to just run a third light for my brake light. It looks to me that automotive flasher, has 2 prongs, should be run like this, does it over ride the brake signal and keep just one of the lights flashing, will both lights flash if I hit the brakes?
Anyone know the proper wiring diagram to do this?
Your signal wiring is correct. Just have the brake switch, switch positive to both signal lights in a separate positive circuit. That way the flasher will not be in the circuit for the brake light switch.
I don't know if this is a good idea though because you might want to signal when you are slowing down with the brake a lot.
I have made many electrical diagrams to put in my vehicle (Land Rover serie I, 1956), it has the genuine red lamps, it were made only with brake and tail lamps; now is necesary turn signal.
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