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    Turn Signal Wiring

    Swapping out my turn signals. The ones I have are two wire. Anyone know which wire for the front is the running lights (so I can cap it off) blue or green? Pretty sure blue are the running as the rear only has black and green.

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    I don't remember.
    Use a test light or even the lights themselves to test.
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    Yeah i figure i can see if it flashes or stays lit should answer the question

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    the rears are two wires, and the fronts are three, so as you said what's left over should be the difference. can't you just pull that bullet and see if the rest work?
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    On it tomorrow. Rear is done

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    Now they sit inside the rack

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