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I have replaced the bulb in the tail light by the LED array. But now (since it takes less power of course) I would like to add some additional position/stop lights.
I figured out that the housing under the license plate (in the picture) contains the wires I can tap in. But there are a few harnesses in it. The most 'suspect' harness has 3 wires: black, blue, and yellow). I tapped into them, however I couldn't figure out which works as a base, which is for pos. and which is stop.
Anybody could help me with that?
I made already a light bar (with 2 lights) which can mount on the License Plate bracket - just to connect it to the taps.
Can anybody help me?
if those are the stock wires. black is negative, yellow is brake and blue is running .
Thanks a lot. Yes, they are stock wires. I was suspecting that, but it didn't want to work. I must have tapped not precisely, and there was no connection.
The weak tail light (with the normal bulb) was a real concern to me. Especially that more and more cars and bikes have brighter and brighter lights. If your lights are overwhelmed by others' on the road - you're not visible - and that is dangerous - especially on a dense packed highways at night.