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Old 12-21-2006, 12:50 AM   #1
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Bargman #6 Tailight- What bulb?

What is the correct lamp number replacement and candlepower for the double filament bulb in a Bargman #6 ? I just discovered #1157's forced into the sockets and they are obviously wrong with offset pins. The correct lamp has pins at the same latitude near the bottom.
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If you look in the socket, and see only a single contact in the base, you need a single filament bulb. #1156 or #1141 would be correct bulbs if that is the case.
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There are two sockets and one of them is a single. The other is a double which is the stop/turn i believe. That's the one in question.
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Murray,

How do you intend to use the double filament? The current standard is turn signal and brake signal using a single filament, and running lights on the other wire.

I like the idea of a separate circuit for the brake lights and turn lights, but I don't know how you get it to work with contemporary tow vehicle wiring circuits and a seven way umbilical.
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