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Txodm

Brake light help!

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Ok guys I need a little bit of help. I'm trying to install a custom tail light assembly on my 1993 GMC topkick c6000 LoPro and I ran into a problem. So I'm trying to add sequenceal turn signals but just realized that the turn signal and brake light run off of the same hot. This is a problem because I planned on having the brake lights separate. In trying to figure out a way to bypass the brake switch so it lights just my brakes and not much turn signals. Any suggestions on how to do it? I included a picture of the light assembly. The bar Is hopefully going to be my brake light. I also included the connection to the brake switch. I cant find a diagram anywhere for it.

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What is this you are working on? Year and model? 

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4 minutes ago, Mikebtte said:

What is this you are working on? Year and model? 

Sirry forgot to add that, It's a 1993 GMC topkick c6000 LoPro edition. I need to find a way to make the brake circuit separate from the turn/ hazards circuit so my turn lights dont come on when I brake

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