A quick and cheap way that works just as good is a tail light wiring converter for trailers. They will combine the brake wiring and the turn signal wiring so they will work. They look like this: You can get them at places like Napa or here: Some have the tail light wire running through them (4 wire into 3 wire), and some don't (3 wire into 2 wire).
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7-Pin outlet (A) is used to connect lights, turn signals, and remote electrical equipment on trailers or implements. Tractors equipped with front hitch have a 7-Pin outlet (A) located on front of tractor. Always use auxiliary light on towed implement when tractor signals and other lights are obscured.
Can someone show me a good wiring diagram for having tail, brake and turn signals in a single dual filament bulb? Right now I have 2 wires going to the back of my 51; 1 for brakelights, 1 for taillights. I know that wont work, but I cant seem to figure out what I need. I have the painless wiring diagram, but it assumes that you have their kit.
Trailer Wiring Data; In a combination of vehicles (tractor-trailer) it is important that a good and adequate size ground wire be provided between the two vehicles to carry the current. Right turn signal lamp and stop lamp *Color coding applies to flat ribbon wire also.
Yellow = Left Turn Signal & Left Brake Light 4. Green = Right Turn Signal & Right Brake Light. Please see the Trailer Wiring Diagram and Connector Application Chart below. The 4-Pin connector only has the first 4 items listed. The rest you can ignore.