FOR ANYONE INTERESTED... IT WORKS!
Heres the steps to converting from a 2 bulb to 3 bulb system. First off, I do not recommend this to anyone who does NOT have experience with electrical work, especially automotive electrical. I am in no way responsible for any damages or malfunctions due to these steps not being followed correctly. This was simply something I wanted to do and want to share with you guys. MODIFY AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!!
WIRE COLORS ARE FOR A 2003 2.3 4 Cyl RANGER. OTHER MODEL YEARS MY VARY! check wiring diagrams before cutting any wires.
I dont have pictures because I started the project at night and I wanted to get done. Also because I forgot the camera...
1: Locate and purchase 93-99 ford rainger tail lamps
2: Your going to need to buy a new back up light socket and pig tail. Found out the ones off older explorers work too.
3: Best to do the brake light work first. From the multifunction switch on your steering column (turn signal, brights switch), you need to locate the Light Green wire, Dark Blue with white stripe and Brown with Yellow stripe. The Light Green is coming from the brake light switch located on your brake pedal. you need to remove the steering column case, under dash and metal under dash plate.
4: Doesn't matter where you splice your wires, I did mine under the steering wheel in the under dash area since there was more room for a slice.
5: Cut the LtGreen wire going from your brake switch to the multi function switch. Cap off the end thats going to the multi function switch on the steering column, you wont use this.
6: Cut the DrkBlue/White wire and the Brown/Yellow wire coming from the vehicle. Cap off multifunction switch end on both wires and splice these two with the light green wire coming from the brake pedal.
7: On the tail lights, cut off your back up light socket, this will now be used as your turn signal socket. Splice black wire from new back up light socket and black wire on your turn signal socket to the black wire coming from the truck, this is your negative to the battery.
8: splice hot lead wire from new back up light socket to the old hot lead from the old back up light socket.
9: Run a shielded wire from your new turn signal hot lead to the hot lead wire of the turn signal in the front. Make sure to use the plastic wire wrapping case to prevent the wire from chaffing and cracking.
10: repeat steps 7-9 on the other side.
Some tips, make sure you use water proof splices. I used butt splices with a heat shrink on them then wrapped them in electrical tape a few times. DO NOT USE WIRE NUTS! Wire nuts can come loose and are best suited for electrical splices that are not subject to vibrations or moving.
Any questions just ask!