Question about 1993 Plymouth Sundance
If the old one had two wires and the new one has three wires you have the wrong socket or you replaced the wrong socket.
The green wire is ground. One of the black wires will be power for the park lights and the other will be power for the brake/turn signal. Since you don't know what black wire goes to what you can temporarily connect then two the wires on the car to make sure the park light is dimmer than the brake light. If it is not than swap the two black wires and continue with the repair.
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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