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Old 06-03-2014, 07:57 PM   #1
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Default Taillight wiring

Hey Guys,

Does anyone have a wiring diagram for the taillights (and how they illuminate when pressing on the brake pedal? I want to see if I can create my own control board for sequential taillights and I am not familiar with the wiring or operation of the car.

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No wiring diagram here but it is easy to sort out with a meter. The inner light on each side has no wire for brake/turn power even though the socket is a dual filament. It is possible to wire it from my past experiments. I believe each brake/turn light receives power on separate wires from the last plug in the back.
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Check these out...

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I found a wiring diagram via google, as well.

As AZPete says, each light does in fact have a different color code on the wire that supplies power while braking. If you could scrounge a 3-wire plug for the inner light that would actually be pretty easy to splice in.
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