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Old 09-11-2016, 08:39 AM
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Help with identifying brake/turn wire in tail

So I'm about to install my LED Brake/Turns on the back of my MY12 JGC. The socket has three wires; black (-), white and white/red. Which of the latter two is the brake/turn positive? I have not been able to find a diagram to identify and, of course, that's important for installing the load resistors.

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Re: Help with identifying brake/turn wire in tail

So nobody's switched out a MY12 rear brake/turn for LED? I still haven't found a valid wiring diagram...
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Re: Help with identifying brake/turn wire in tail

Take the picture to your dealer and ask. Don't call as they may not be as accomodating as they would be with you standing there.
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Re: Help with identifying brake/turn wire in tail

do you have a test light or voltmeter?
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