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2010 Tail lights

Hi everyone, to have my 2010 GT compliant to Australian road regulations i need to separate the braking and rear indicating lights. Does anyone know how to disable the rear tail lights from indicating? I can relay the indicating flasher from the front lights to a reversing clear slot with an orange globe but i need to also disable the red flashing lights.
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 07-16-2013
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Carl,

The braking and rear indicating lights are a dual filament bulb, I imagine you could switch from a 3157 to a 3157 single filament and only have a single function for the rear lights, but that's a guess.

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