Does anybody have any experience wiring a givi led stop lights with two wires only?
The OEM tail light wiring has two sockets and each socket has three wires (ground, tail light, stop light). I used one socket to connect my integrated LED light and I want to dedicate the other socket for the case lights.
I am not sure how to connect the led's with two wires so they work as a tail light and a stop light so they brighten up when I apply the brake?
I tired approaching it as some people did the conversion of the two wire turn signals to three wire. Here is a link to a simple wiring diagram with a reference to what I based mine on.
So I tired the diodes and splitting one of the wires from the case into two and plugging the other to ground, but the outcome was constant bight light as I was applying the brake.
Then I played with it a little and here are my observations that may be helpful: 1.When I connect one of the wires from the case to ground and other to the running tail light cable (dimmer one) and apply brake then the leds go off.
2.When I switched the wire from running light to the stop light wire the case led are bright constantly as if the brake was applied. But when I apply the brake nothing happens.
I know there is some logic here but for some reason I can't figure it out. Does any of this make any sense to you guys?
Help is greatly appreciated.