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Old 01-18-2012, 07:10 AM
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The outer (brass casing) is the ground. The two nipples on the bottom supply the power to each filament. One is for driving/parking lights. The other for stop and turn.

I can't remember which prong is for which. Take two pieces of wire and use one as a ground on the brass casing. Then tap each nipple. The bright one is stop/turn.

If the socket is clean look down inside of it as the set prongs on the side of the casing is off set, meaning one is closer to the bottom than the other. Line up the corresponding prong with it's counterpart in the socket, push in and twist to lock.

You can also use the a test light to test the socket. I'm pretty sure the top filament (the one that sticks out further) is the stop/turn and slightly brighter.
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