On this page I will show you the steps taken to add the Sequential / Chase turn signal unit on Corey's grocery getter.
NOTE: Although I do not offer a kit for the Grand Marquis I think you will see how easy it is using the 96 to 04 Mustang kit and a modified electronic flasher (1968 Shelby).
MXC's next contestant. "Broken gun Corey" He works part time at the local clubs as a beer taster and observer. His hobbies include body skiing behind a boat, collecting Bruce Lee artifacts, and jumping on trampolines.
Let's see if Corey can install the Sequential / Chase unit into his car without starting a small fire!
We used double sided tape to secure the Sequential / Chase unit on the Driver side. The reason for this is because the trunk curtsey light is on this side and that's where we will get the 12Vdc power from.
Drivers side all wired up ready for test.
Passenger side all ready for test.
This is the replacement light socket (1157) that we used to replace the single filament light bulb. Now this light will not only function as parking light but now for turn signal too. Connect the Green wire from the factory wiring harness to this light. Connect the Brown wire from the factory wiring harness to this light for parking light.
Driver side middle light. Cut the green wire and connect the Blue wire from the Sequential / Chase unit.
Driver side outboard light. Cut Green wire and connect the Purple wire from the sequential / Chase unit.
left inboard light
Passenger side middle light, cut the orange wire and connect the Gray wire from the Sequential / Chase unit.
Passenger side outboard light, cut the orange wire and connect the pink wire from the Sequential / Chase unit.
Drivers side, I connected the Red wire from the Sequential / Chase unit to Green/Yellow strip wire that supplies power to the trunks curtsey light.
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