I wanted to do something to my stang, but I didn't want to spend any money. So, I decided to "fix" the dummy reverse light problem on the Raxiom 2010 tail lights I bought. I couldn't find any write up on how to do this, but it seemed pretty straight forward, so I gave it a try.
Long story short, I used the reverse light base from an original tail light harness (I currently have plug-in sequentials from AM) and spliced it into the sequential's reverse wiring. As I didn't have a wide enough drill bit and I didn't want to buy a new one, I drilled multiple holes and cut the rest with a knife. I think it came out pretty good for only using a drill and a knife :bigthumbsup
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