Originally Posted by Fx4wannabe01
If only doing it the other way was that easy... :(
Which way, 3 to 2 or 2 to 3 ?
I don't understand why anyone would want to remove the separate directional section from the taillights ?
They are by far a safer taillight because of the separate amber turn signal.
If the truck is wired for three segment lights and you want the look of the two segment units but still retain the separate directional indicator, you can use the back up light section of the newer lights for a turn signal and add new back up lights to the bumper.
That way you have the newer look and still retain the separate amber turn indicator and get new better/brighter bak-up lights
Here is the back of my truck, the bak up lights section of the 2-segment lights is setup for directionals and in the pic are on flasher mode; without backup lights.
I changed the bed to a flareside and need a new bumper, so I am waiting for backup lights...
03 Ranger :: 03 Ranger LED Bak Up/Diredtionals picture by Scrambler82 - Photobucket
I had the two segment lights with the directionals in with the brake lights and had to separate the two functions for separate directionals, love um...
Luck to ya,