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Old 12-25-2008, 09:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hazard lights

hey guys,
when the hazard lights are on in our trucks do the marker light come on along with the turn signals? if not is there and easy way to make them? the reason i ask is because im on the volunteer fire department and i cant run strobe lights or light bars, but i can run hazards on the way to a call. also can i get like some "high intensity" bulbs to go in the blinker and marker lights?

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Old 12-25-2008, 09:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
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cant you use a amber led dash light ?
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the best way to see would be to turn out your hazard lights
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You could put your turn signal sockets into the marker lights...

But I've been thinking about splicing from the hot of the blinker to the hot of the marker, so the marker is still a marker, but when you switch on the blinker you still have the blinker, and the constant marker....
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^^ uh....no. lol

Look at direcy LED replacements like these
http://www.eautoworks.com/product-Led-107022.htm

Find the bulb code and google that code + LED. Increase visibility at least.
Markers don't blink with hazards on, but yeah what Scuba said.
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the markers and turn signals are separate circuits. you'd either have to install dual filament bulbs in all the markers to make them flash with the hazards or use something like a trailer brake/turn signal adapter.
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When I went to the zone, the lights that are in the truck are already dual fillament...so..


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You could put your turn signal sockets into the marker lights...

But I've been thinking about splicing from the hot of the blinker to the hot of the marker, so the marker is still a marker, but when you switch on the blinker you still have the blinker, and the constant marker....
Make Sense...?



yeah man this is exactly what im going for. let me know if you do it, and how it goes.
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maybe try this:
http://www.4crawler.com/4x4/CheapTri...rnSignal.shtml
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