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LED Tails - Both blink with R blinker, neither with L

I've spent far too long jacking with this tonight.

4" TruckLight push in style lights (red/black/white)

I've got the yellow/white connected to red, black connected to purple/white, and ground to ground.

Tails work.
Brakes work.
Hazards flash both.
Left signal does nothing.
Right signal flashes both. <- THE PROBLEM.

Has anyone else had this issue before? I broke Google looking for an answer. Ha ha!









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No, what the hell did you do? That is bizarre, I have LED's and IIRC, the circuits are run down each side of the vehicle separately, so i'm not sure how that is happening. Did everything work properly BEFORE you changed lights?

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Lol! Good question! It hasn't had tail lights for about a year and I gave the stock ones away.




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Have any aftermarket to jankey trailer harness in there somewhere?

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I can pull mine out later and snap some picutres for you, I had a bear of a time myself.

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No trailer wiring on this one.

Eddie that would be awesome if you don't mind. I'm sure it is something simple I just gave up last night.


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All good now thanks to Eddie!

Driver:
Black ground (white on pigtail)
White grey reverse
Green white blink/brake (red on pigtail)
Orange is running (black on pigtail)

Passenger:
White purple running (black on pigtail)
Black ground (white on pigtail)
Yellow white blink/brake (red on pigtail)
White grey reverse

I don't know why PSC hasn't included this in their instructions when they have extremely detailed instructions for the CJ/TJ/YJ in the light package.

BUT THERE IT IS!

Hopefully this helps someone else trying to wire up LED tail lights in their JK. (See those search phrases!?)


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Glad it worked! Thanks actually goes to my buddy Ryan who stopped what he was doing to square me away.

I had a hair lighting ceremony and he extinguished the flames.

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