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we pull a 16 foot box van, or a race trailer, or a boat, or a range rover, or a h2, or a trailer full of sand toys, or a horse trailer, or a bobcat equipment trailer and need to make sure every trailer has working tail lights. OR NOT *****Note sound is too high on this video and no editorial was given (Lower the sound or turn off sound on your device )
https://youtu.be/flaCPHnWQfo

  1. Used new led marker sets that required shaving to make them fit and shine at right angles
  2. hooked low intensity wire to old marker +12
  3. ran stop and both turns up the cap and hooked to high intensity wire with diodes at each connection
  4. installed a flasher unit in cockpit found spare marked pair to rear cap used two to set up emergency flasher config
  5. installed a motorcycle brake light pre flash on the overhead stop ligt path to all high intensity markers
  6. installed front marker sets to mimic rear markers all but the blinkers.
https://www.superbrightleds.com/moreinfo...e/195/845/

https://www.superbrightleds.com/moreinfo...1761/4258/
That's great Greg. For pulling off the side of the road and not being hit by smartphone charmed drivers, this setup is essential. Thanks for the links.
one issue found with the led change out was that the low amp draw caused the flasher module to return a quick flash to the cock pit. this is called hyperflash two methods to correct this and the safest is to get a flasher module that is set up to run LED and incandescent bulbs. in newer cars with the flasher module built into the cars main computer, you need to add a amp draw device . here is a good article. My lxi fix was a new plug in old style flash module found at autozone and had the same product number -led
https://www.superbrightleds.com/blog/led...shing/275/
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