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    Member mjlater's Avatar
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    Hey everyone. Today I was looking at the blinkers I ordered online and found something that could be a potential problem. The stock wiring on my front blinkers is 3 individual wires while the rear blinkers are only 2. The new aftermarket blinkers I ordered are only 2 wires. Will my new blinkers be compatible with the front stock wiring? Why does the stock wiring have 3 wires in the front and only 2 in the rear? Any help would be great!

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    Senior Member lizrdbrth's Avatar
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    Your stock front sigs had fulltime running lights and used dual-filament bulb, hence the three wires.

    You can use two-wire signals, but you won't have the running light feature. You'll need to drop one wire and use only the turn signal wire and the ground to your new bulbs.

    I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you.

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    Sounds great!!! Thanks!!!

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