Installation Instruction for 50 LED Universal 3rd Brake Light



Modifystreet’s 50 LED Universal Third Brake Light is a very popular item, yet a lot of customers are confused when they try to install the 3rd brake light.  Basically, people are confused the function of the wires and they do not know how to connect to the tail light unit.  We will try to explain a little bit in this article; however, different cars have different tail light unit, so you will have to look at the owner’s manual in order to understand your tail light control unit thoroughly.

3BL 361 R Installation Instruction for 50 LED Universal 3rd Brake Light

First of all, the 50 LED 3rd brake light is universal fit because you will need to locate a good spot and stick the 3rd brake light inside your car with 3M tape, and you will need to connect the 3rd brake light to your tail light unit in order to obtain the brake light function, left signal function, right signal function, emergency light function, etc.

Some people thought these 3rd brake lights can use to replace their stock brake light, IT IS NOT THE CASE.  This is an add on item to your car, not a direct replacement for your OEM stock brake light, the shape is not going to fit.

3BL 361 R e Installation Instruction for 50 LED Universal 3rd Brake Light

Here is a explanation of the function of different wires.  You need to check your tail light unit and see how to connect the wire to the unit:

IMG 0591 Installation Instruction for 50 LED Universal 3rd Brake Light

IMG 0587 Installation Instruction for 50 LED Universal 3rd Brake Light

Everything is straightforward, you just need to wire the corresponding wire to your tail light unit.  Notice that there is a wire for special function that gives the 3rd brake light a “night-rider” sliding effect, we will suggest you to wire that to your reverse light; you can also wire this special function for other part as well, such as your alarm, etc.  Below is a demo video of the special light effect and the emergency light effect:

Special “Night-Rider” Sliding effect:

Emergency Blinking effect:

If you have any questions, feel free to email us and let us assist you.

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