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Integrated Signal and brake light for 2010 F4

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I am trying to install the integrated signal I purchased from motovation usa. The stock signal has two for each signal but the integrated taillight has a blue and yellow wire. Has anyone installed the integrated tail light appreciate some help. I will try to post some pictures to help illustrate what I am talking about.

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Here are the picture the second picture is the integrated tail light it fits the oem sock for the brake light but only has two wires blue and yellow for the signals while the stock harness has a red and blue and a blue / blue as shown in picture 1 for the signals.
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Did you ever get your answer? It's probably because it can share the ground wire with the brake light.
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Wink common ground

Richard;
with the led combo tail light
the blue and yellow are the positives to the indicators
they are grounded internally

if you remove either of the signal wires from its connector (red or light blue) and both harness grounds (dark blue)
now put both positive harness wires in the same Molex connector.
now clip the wires on a Molex to an indicator, solder the blue and yellow wires to the Molex you removed.....don't forget to check R&L and the shrink tubing first

now you can unplug the tail light when you need to

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Yes I did thanks for the help to everyone who posted. I sold the light to Delta9 who I will use the light. I chose to install the stock signals in the rear cowl.

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I'm working on the same thing but I'm not sure if I am understanding correctly. Do you end up connecting the blue & yellow of the new light to the red and light blue of the original harness through the molex connector? And if so what do I do with the 2 dark blue grounds? Also is there a way to use the connectors there or do you cut them off and replace them?
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