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Old 03-26-2014, 01:01 PM
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Default Reversing lights as Indicators?

Hi there everyone and congratulations on such an awesome forum!

I have just imported a Dodge Ram 1500 V6 Magnum 1996.
I have just been told by my MOT tester that the rear indicators need to be amber, not red! So I was wondering what you guys on here would suggest please?

I have tried crossing over the wires to the reversing light from the original stop/tail/indicator light but I'm getting nowhere fast! Cant really seem to get it to work/seperate properly.

Any help appreciated if any of you have done it or have another option.

Many thanks, Alan
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Good question! Where are you? Alot of dodges in Australia. They have the same rules with amber turn sigs. There are some places that can help you here.
I hope the posts from GTyankee can help you.
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