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Peterson Combination Trailer Tail Light - 6 Function - Incandescent - Square - Passenger Side

Peterson Combination Trailer Tail Light - 6 Function - Incandescent - Square - Passenger Side

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4-3/4" x 4-1/2" Square. Incandescent trailer light serves 6 functions: stop, turn, tail, rear reflex, side reflex, and side marker. Stud mount to trailer. Quick-connect wire inserts. (1) 1157 and (1) 1156 bulbs. Great Prices for the best trailer lights from Peterson. Peterson Combination Trailer Tail Light - 6 Function - Incandescent - Square - Passenger Side part number 432200 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Peterson Trailer Lights - 432200

  • Tail Lights
  • Square
  • Incandescent Light
  • Red
  • 4-3/4L x 4-1/2W Inch
  • Surface Mount
  • Rear Reflector
  • Side Marker
  • Side Reflector
  • Stop/Turn/Tail
  • Non-Submersible Lights
  • Peterson

4-3/4" x 4-1/2" Square. Incandescent trailer light serves 6 functions: stop, turn, tail, rear reflex, side reflex, and side marker. Stud mount to trailer. Quick-connect wire inserts. (1) 1157 and (1) 1156 bulbs.


  • Combination trailer tail light serves 6 functions on trailers under 80" wide
    • Stop, turn, tail, rear reflex, side reflex, and side marker
    • Built-in rear and side reflex reflectors removes the need for a separate reflector
  • Incandescent bulbs can be easily replaced
  • Durable molded housing with screw-on lens
  • Red lens over incandescent bulb
  • Compatible with 12V DC systems
  • Stud mount to trailer with included 1/4" mounting studs
  • Quick-connect wiring inserts allow for push-in connections
    • Grounds through mounting hardware
    • 2 Additional ports allow for extra lights
  • DOT compliant
  • Made in the USA


  • Configuration: passenger side
    • Driver side: 440L (sold separately)
  • Dimensions: 4-3/4" tall x 4-1/2" wide x 2-13/16" thick
  • Distance between mounting studs (center on center): 2"
  • Bulb type:
    • Stop/tail: 1157
    • Turn: 1156
  • Power draw at 12.8V: 2.2 amps
  • 1-Year limited warranty

Manufacturer Cross Reference

Light will work as an exact replacement for:

Grote # 50542

Truck Lite # 535D and 80322R

Optronics # ST8RB

Peterson 440 Under 80 Inch Trailer Combination Tail Light Dimensions

M440 Peterson Combination Tail Light for Trailers Under 80" Wide - 6 Function - Incandescent - Square - Red Lens - Stud Mount - Passenger Side - Right Side

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Peterson Combination Trailer Tail Light - 6 Function - Incandescent - Square - Passenger Side - 432200

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (369 Customer Reviews)

4-3/4" x 4-1/2" Square. Incandescent trailer light serves 6 functions: stop, turn, tail, rear reflex, side reflex, and side marker. Stud mount to trailer. Quick-connect wire inserts. (1) 1157 and (1) 1156 bulbs.


There are no wires coming out the back of the light no nuts to mount the light to the trailer. I was told that this replacement light was the same as the ones that came in the light kit. But I can't use it

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Jenny N.


I sincerely apologize that this light is not going to work with you. I can see that the nuts are missing and I will have our customer service team reach out to you. When installing the light it would be grounded using the hardware and the function of the light would be wired into it. You can see this at mark 1:18 in the link below.


Great product! I am in the process of restoring my trailer and these tail lights are perfect replacements.


Peterson has always made good lights. I like the push-in for the wires. Over the last dozen years I have replaced my lights 3 times and always use Peterson. etrailer is quick and efficient with getting your order out. I've also added guards to my lights to see if they can keep from being damaged.


Just rewired a cargo trailer I bought that the lights were always going out. Found 20 butt connectors the guy used no wonder they worked off & on. Now with two new tail lights & new wiring with a straight connection everything works like it should. Everything I have bought from etrailer has been good quality & fast shipping.


Glenn F.


Still working with no problems. This trailer gets plenty of use besides going to the county dump, hauling landscaping material &amp lumber.


So some times, I’m not so good at backing up but this one I hit with the snow blower.
I like this unit because the wires just plug in the back and I’m good to go. I recommend this light.
This one use for the “passenger” side (with out license plate.



Still looks and works great. Keeping the snow blower away so far!


Hi Ashley E.

You probably don’t
remember, but you ask me to do a review and send a photo of my trailer light purchase on your invoice #108377365 Of 9/4/019.

Find a photo attached. This is a ‘Rat Rod’ pickup and not quite done, but I finally did get the lights mounted and wired. They worked perfectly, and I am very satisfied.

I will send you another (and a much better) photo when a get the bed for the Rat Rod built.


I ordered these as part of a project to restore a small landscape trailer. Installed easy but, passenger light would not work. Vibration from the road would cause the bald to come loose and fall out inside the cover. Tried to get them returned under warranty but, so no purpose in paying for the return shipment. I found LED lights on (online store) installed in 20 minutes and they work perfectly. Much better solution.


This was an exact replacement for my 30 year old boat trailer light. So easy! Stripped the wires, plugged them in, works perfectly!


Perfec, great replacement


great packaged perfectly, no flaws


Great product and easy to install..


As always, I very satisfied with my purchase from, etrailer. I have bought from them before and always get great service and products. Of course Ole George, keeps me up to date on my items and information about shipping, and even lets me know when it is delivered. I think he has a spy cam somewhere so he can watch over the items. Not sure how he does it. etrailer has to be a family owned business, as they care for the customer like family. Many thanks to all the etrailer employees for making my purchases a great experience! P S They didn't pay me to write this.

Etrailer Expert

Rachael H.


Donald, thanks for your review. I did want to let you know that YES we are a family run business and we do have info about the history of our business on our site if you would like to check it out.

Donald D.


No complaints at all. Thanks George for checking with me after a year. This was a surprise! As in my feedback a year ago, where I said you were like family, I still mean that. However, I think you forgot to let me know where the family was having Christmas Diner, last year. Thanks again.


Peterson makes great products and has for many years. I bought this to match the other tail light on my trailer. It is a perfect match and easy to install. I was happy to find an online source for this product as all of the bigbox stores seem to have gone to generic brands. Thank you etrailer for a fair priced alternative.



A year later and still performs like new


It’s an exact replacement for the one I broke


Quality is above average. Installation was easy. Old school incandescent bulbs. A simple diagram with how long the wires need to be stripped to stay in the holders would be nice. Somethings are not worth watching a video. Maybe the country of manufacturer doesn't provide instructions, hence the videos.

Etrailer Expert

Sierra K.


Not much wire needs to be stripped in order to install. If you do not wish to watch this entire review video, the install and stripping start around the 2:10 mark:


Shipped Fast and as described in the product description.


The lights arrived in a timely fashion at a very good price. Upon opening the box, I was initially puzzled by the lack of wiring pigtails. Darn, I guess I need to order a plug; OK, it's been a long time since I changed my trailer lights. Oh, but after a little research, such was not so. The trailer wires simply pressed into the rear of the light housing and self tapped - how simple. Maybe, a sliver of paper instructions enclosed would have been in order. Maybe not.....
Overall, I am most pleased with my dealings with eTrailer.


Was as described. Very easy to attach to trailer and the wires just clipped in as shown in the video.

David L.


Well made and is still working every time


This product was exactly what I needed. I let a co-worker borrow my trailer, and he managed to break the side reflector of this unit. I only needed the lens, but it is not sold separately. However, I'm glad that this whole unit was at a very reasonable price, even though the shipping costs were as much as the product, it still ended up being a decent price. This was my first time using, and it won't be the last, everything turned out well, and although I did not need or use it, judging by the e-mails sent out the customer service seems to be excellent.


Arrived quickly. The bulbs are a little difficult to remove from these lights - I'll find out if I reinstalled the bulbs correctly when I finish the wiring. These are what I needed for my utility trailer. Now I just want the LED lights to come down in price.


These lights were purchased to replace the really old ones on a utility trailer. They are excellent value for the price, well made and nicely finished, I particularly liked the fact that you do not have to splice wires together as the lights have 2 holes into which you just push the wires, installation was easy, just 2 bolts on each light.
As usual service from etrailer is great.


It’s been a year since I purchased and installed this replacement trailer light to my jetski trailer. It was easy to install, worked great, and met or exceeded all my expectations. I also appreciate the one year follow up prompt from etrailer, as I believe longer term reviews, after you’ve had time to truly assess and determine quality build and performance, are much more insightful than new purchase reviews.


Fast service, exact fit for my trailer (bought from Tractor Supply). For the price of this taillight it's really hardly worth replacing bulbs. You always need to clean connections, and then they're acting up again a month later. I would rather spend $$ and be good for several years.


I did not have any issues installing it. I had to use a couple of nuts off the old light (it came with two, I think is should have four.) The internal connectors for the wires seemed a bit flimsy. I replaced the tail/brake light bulb with an LED (This was purely a preference.) It seems like the socket for the bulb could be damaged easily.


I liked the price. used fixture to replace existing light fixture on trailer. had problems wiring it to work properly. lights still do not work properly.

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