Well, there's no easy way to add a [b]third brake light without some electronics, since otherwise it will flash with the turn signals.
I have added a 2nd pair of side marker lights to the front corners of my Fiber Stream
. The bottom set are the originals, connected to the green running light
circuit. The top set are added, connected to the red brake/turn
wire on the left, and the brown brake/turn
wire on the right.
They flash with the appropriate turn signal (desired) and come on steady when the brakes are applied (not so desirable). Otherwise, they stay off.
Here in the multi-lane street and freeway capitol of the world, I cannot seem to get away from drivers staying in my blind spot, mostly on my left, but occasionally on my right. They like position themselves too far forward to see the turn signals on the trailer, but not forward enough to see the turn signals on the tow vehicle.
My 2003 Odyssey
[b]does not have side-mounted turn signals on the front fenders or the side mirrors, like so many of the newer cars I see on the road.
[b]Is there a logic circuit that works the other way around?