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Old 12-02-2018, 06:44 PM
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I installed these today and everything works fine as for the tail lights but my third brake light doesn't come on anymore. I was wondering if that was normal.

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Damn, I don't have those but that cannot be normal since that third brake light is required by law. Everything plug in well during installation?
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Did you check the bulb?
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I didn't check the bulb I guess I was thinking more a long the lines that it had something to do with tail lights. Ill have to give that a whirl tomorrow when I get a chance
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no offense, but raxiom is ****
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None taken. I know that the head units Raxiom offered were/are garbage. The Tail lights seem to have good reviews so we will see how it goes. Id been going back and fourth on the tail lights for a few years now and thought the hell with it. Lets so how they do. So far I like them unless they are the culprit of my third light not working. Ill dive into that today.


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Center should should be wired directly to the brake switch, in case of tail lamp
failure, it still works. The Tails are SBJ controlled, where as the center mount is
a separate circuit to the brake pedal.

Can't find the right diagrams on-line... Just similar ones...

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Thanks for the info

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Center should should be wired directly to the brake switch, in case of tail lamp
failure, it still works. The Tails are SBJ controlled, where as the center mount is
a separate circuit to the brake pedal.

Can't find the right diagrams on-line... Just similar ones...
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Sure enough the bulb was burnt out. How about that.
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I updated mine with an LED:










I can adjust it some by moving the LED closer or farther from the refracting
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