i dont remember the wiring now, but i have that one on my truck. all i did was cut the stock connector off and splice it with the brake light. worked like a charm.
thanks for the reply.
so by cutting the stock connector, i wouldnt be able to go back to the stock headlights? if so, i'm not sure i want to take that gamble. i'm okay with modding as long as i can go back to stock if i make a mistake...
EDIT AFTER READING YOUR POST AGAIN:
after reading your post again, i think you meant that you cut the stock connector off of the LED 3rd brake light and then spliced it to the wires from the frontier. is that correct? if so, and if you have the time, can you check to see what the wire to wire connection is? if not, it's not a problem. if i can go back to stock if i make a mistake, it's not a bad $50 gamble...
thanks for all your advice. i think i am now brave enough to try it. i researched a bit and found out that burtman used tap connectors to connect the wires, which i can buy at radio shack. will buy those and just use trial and error to ge the light to work.
Did it work? I'm about to go do mine. Got it in the mail, and going to add a blinker to it.
2005 Frontier CC SE, PRG 2" Front Spacers, AC AAL 3" Rear Springs, Rancho RS5000 Shocks, 265/75R16 Dean Mud Terrain, ARE Cap, Yakima Racks (Cab and Canopy), KMA Multicarrier, AT Fuel Can Carrier, Scepter Fuel Can, Scepter Donkey Dick, 48" Hi-Lift.
worked fine and looks nice, but i did need some help from other members on removing the stock light. if you don't have one already, you need a 8mm deep socket to remove the stock light out and replace it. i also bought tap connectors from radio shack to make wiring look cleaner.
good luck on the install. it was easy and you should have no problem with it.
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