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For those that require it, DonsFx4 has converted his 04 F150 to have amber turn signals (instead of the usual brake light turn signal combo).
I know these are required in Australia, New Zealand, Britain, and most European countries, so if anyone is thinking of importing an F150 this has to be done.
Did the same on my 2000 Excursion to pass the SVA (Single Vehicle Approval) test here in the UK.
Easy way is to run feed for the turn signals from the fronts and get a clean brake feed from the high level brake light.
Also had to add side repeaters to the front fenders (below the ex' badge) to pass the test.
Hard part is finding the feed that makes the tail light/brake light repeat and disconnecting it but after an hour or so of trail and error BINGO!!
Low level reversing lights are slimline fogs., very bright even with the normal reverse feed and no relay.
I've done the same for my Bronco except for the repeaters on the fenders as I don't need them for a 92 vehicle (no SVA). Not bothered with reverse lights yet.... one day.
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