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Old 04-19-2014, 06:02 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Cornering Light Bypass

I can't get my cornering lights to work and was wondering how I can by pass them so that I have a normal turn signal? Can they be spliced in with my standard turn signals? Would that work? Thanks!
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You can't get them to work? Are they burned out?
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Yes it can be done. You gotta splice your turn signal wires and connect the corner lights to the signal wires. Your corner light only has two wires and your signal has three. I'm not sure of the color wire you hook to but basically u wanna hook the two corner light wires to one neutral wire and the other to the wire that only gives power when your signal switch is on thus creating the lights to bounce off eachother. When the main signal is on the corner light is off and when the main signal is off the corner light is on. I did this coz I custom my headlights to where I don't use the stock signal I use an amber led drip.
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You sever the corner light wires completely so they will be no longer of use. You will also need some extra wire. I would say to use butt connectors but I found out that in time the butt connectors short out or lose grip. I just inter lock braid them and use either heat shrink or electrical tape to wrap the connected wires. U might have to play around with the connection till u get the right affect. Like trial and error.
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Ok thank you. Mine won't work because I cut the wires (connectors were stuck, had to be pried off) and I rewired them and they still won't work. So I'll get new bulbs and check. If not, rewire them again. Thanks guys!
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