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Each side of the 450 signal bridge has 3 connections....one common to both one lights green light the other the red You need to connect the red and green wires to a 153C contactor the pressure switch that changes the light colors as the train passes. The side of the 153C that has 2 terminals is for the red and green bulb wires. The single terminal and the third terminal on the 450 get connected to 12V fixed voltage. Repeat the process for the second track and contactor. This is the simple mode of wiring a signal bridge or any of the single change the color signals...153,163,353 and 452 single signal; bridge.

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