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I\ the brake lights are on the bumper only i would

The brake lights are on the bumper only i would like to hook them up with the parking light to have better visablity 2002 landrover freelander

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  • oscarromo10 Feb 09, 2010

    Would you have a wiring diagram fro the brake lights

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Yes just splice the wires you may need to guy wire like 18 gauge auto wiring from an auto parts store and the **** connectors and wire crimmpers really easy job to do. Or have a mechanic do it some of them know how to wire stuff up they might charge you around $50 bucks.

Good Luck!

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