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wiring lights to turn signals

is there any way you could wire up the right roof marker and right dually markers to blink with the right turn signal and alternate blinking with the turn signal if the running lights are one? and same with the lefts? and have all the lights on the truck blink if the flashers are on?
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Ya just run a seperate wire to each light you want to blink tap it into the hot side of the light then tap into your turn signal wire for the correct direction.

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i was wondering if that would work. seems too simple lol



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Your might want to put a diode in there to prevent current running back
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yea i was wondering how to keep from that happening



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rectifier diode. radio shack 276-1661 50 volt 6 amp/400 amp surg for 1/2 cycle. cost about 2.50 for a pack of four.
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awesome
now to find time to do it



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