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I have been looking for a set of these to put on my Blazer ZR2 project and came across these NOS ones from a UK seller that will ship to the USA. Says they have more than 10 of each side available for around 55 bucks each shipped.

I know over the years people have looked for these so I thought I’d post these up.

Left Hand Side:
Chevrolet Blazer S10 LH Rear Tail Light Lamp.1995 to 2005 With Amber Turn RHD. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https://www.ebay.com/ulk/itm/162993059194

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Chevrolet Blazer S10 RH Rear Tail Light Lamp.1995 to 2005 With Amber Turn RHD. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https://www.ebay.com/ulk/itm/152979388459
 

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$55 isn't a terrible price.

If anyone wants help wiring these up, I put a set of these on my Blazer without much trouble.
 

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$55 isn't a terrible price.

If anyone wants help wiring these up, I put a set of these on my Blazer without much trouble.
I’d be interested if you shared a write up on these.
 

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I went all out and added in fog lamp functionality on mine, but there is an easy method to split out the brake/turn function.

The big steering column to body harness connector has a white wire in pin A1. Snip that wire and the brake signal will no longer be tied into the rear turn lights.

In the tail lamp harnesses the yellow wire is now just a turn signal, so wire that up to your amber turn bulb.

For the brake signal you can find the light blue wire that goes to the third brake light and tap into this for the brake portion of your brake/park lights. I'll recommend LED bulbs in these positions as that circuit was setup for the CHMSL.

Park and reverse wiring doesn't need to change.

I don't remember which bulb sockets worked where, but either of the brake/turn/park socket or the backup socket worked in every location on the export housings.

You know how to get a hold of me if you have any questions.
 

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I went all out and added in fog lamp functionality on mine, but there is an easy method to split out the brake/turn function.

The big steering column to body harness connector has a white wire in pin A1. Snip that wire and the brake signal will no longer be tied into the rear turn lights.

In the tail lamp harnesses the yellow wire is now just a turn signal, so wire that up to your amber turn bulb.

For the brake signal you can find the light blue wire that goes to the third brake light and tap into this for the brake portion of your brake/park lights. I'll recommend LED bulbs in these positions as that circuit was setup for the CHMSL.

Park and reverse wiring doesn't need to change.

I don't remember which bulb sockets worked where, but either of the brake/turn/park socket or the backup socket worked in every location on the export housings.

You know how to get a hold of me if you have any questions.
That’s awesome and yes much simpler than I had imagined. I was planning on LED upgrades all around the truck so no worries there.

Thanks
 

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Bringing this back up, i got my export housing's the other day and they look great, took about 7-8 days to get here which wasnt to bad. Came in the original GM boxes.


I have decided that im going to put this set on my 98 Bravada, is there anyway other than cutting the wire under the dash to hook these up?



I was thinking that maybe i could cut the turn signal wire at the rear bulb and wire up a second bulb with just the turn signal, that way the only wiring mod is at the rear which would be easy to put back to stock if needed.
 

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Unfortunately it doesn't work that way. The white wire must be cut to separate the turn signal and brake into separate circuits.


I wouldn't try doing anything until you've read and understood the wiring diagrams. They are free for download on the forum.
 

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Just thought i would update this, i didn't realize it when i first got these lights that they had rear fog lights, so i wanted to hook that part up as close to factory as i could and i found the stock headlight switch that has the front and rear fog light switch brand new NOS on eBay for 15 bucks and rockauto had the wiring connectors for the fog switches for a few bucks each.
 
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