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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. Lowest 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 etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Peterson Trailer Lights - 432200

  • Tail Lights
  • Square
  • Incandescent Light
  • Red
  • Surface Mount
  • 5L x 4-1/2W Inch
  • Peterson
  • Non-Submersible Lights
  • Stop/Turn/Tail
  • Side Marker
  • Side Reflector
  • Rear Reflector

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.


Features:

  • 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


Specs:

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

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Peterson Square Trailer Tail Light Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at the Peterson stop turn and tail lights for trailer configurations. The left side, we're going to be using a 7-way, which will include the license plate light. That part number is 432400. For the right side, we'll be using the 6-way light, one that doesn't have that. This is part number 432200. You can see our light. Good, clean, sturdy looking light.

That large ring that helps to get that light out. Again, that reflective area around the outside there, and also here on the side. They don't take up a lot of space. Looks like we're going to be just at 3 inches, or just under from the face of our mounting position there to the very backside of the light. Keep that in mind in case you need those measurements. The lights will have a lens.

It's about 4 and a half inches tall by about 4 and a half inches wide. The center section, the circular part, that's going to be a pass-through lens. For when our trailer's just sitting there without light, we've got a reflective ring all the way around the outside so we don't have any wasted space. We come here to the side, we're going to have the same situation on our lens here. It's going to be about 2 and three-quarters by about 2 inches.

This is going to allow our running lights or our blinkers to pass through their really well, but still give us some reflective properties when our trailer's just sitting. If we look here on the backside, we've got our studs. These are going to be pretty standard space. They're going to be 2 inches on center here. That's the way most trailers are going to be configured. It's going to tell us here our tail light wire, just going to poke it in one of the two holes here.

Then, for stop and turn, we use one of the two holes here. The nuts themselves are going to have serrated lock washers attached to them, so we won't have to worry about washers and lock nuts. Just thread that right down on. This is actually going to create the ground, so we won't have to worry about an additional wire that could cause failure. Let's take the nuts off the back of our light for now. We need to get our wires. Now, our old light that we took off wasn't working. Actually, the colors on the wires we're appropriate. Yellow for the left side of the trailer here, and brown for our tail lights. Going to strip these back, and we really want to twist those up as solid as we can get them. The yellow wire acts as our turn signal, and also our brake signal. The brown wire acts as our tail light signal. Your wires might not correspond with that color, but they should have those signals. Really twist those up nice and solid, because the great thing about the light itself is it doesn't require the use of extra butt connectors or extra areas where we might ultimately have a source of failure. We've got the simple push-in connectors here on the back. They've got a weather resistant molded housing there. Just going to go in with our wires, slide them in. You can see now you can pull on them, and they're not going to be coming out of there. Just like that. Really easy, simple connection to make. Doesn't require any tools. You'll see there's a little pass way for those wires to tuck in, and right back into our original mounting location there. It's about as easy as it gets for installs. One socket, or one little wrench, and you'll have the job done. This is with the use of one socket or wrench, and a pair of wire strippers. You'll be able to change out your lights and have a good functioning equipment so you don't have any troubles heading down the highway. Now we can just head over to the right side of the trailer, do the same thing there. Then, we'll test them out. Now, let's test it out and make sure everything's working. Start with our blinkers, and brakes, and our running lights. With everything working properly, that completes our installation of the Peterson square trailer tail stop and turn signal. For the left hand side, part number 432400 and for the right, part number 432200.


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

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (255 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.

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Item received very timely. Even got it a day early. I matched tail lights with the easy to view pictures & got what I needed. Very good descriptions. 707244



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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. Thanks 714003



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Good product and good price. Would recommend to anyone 756721



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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. 752757



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Solid product. Came as described, easy replacement of existing light and works flawlessly. 739343



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Well made quality plastic light Installed easy and has remained water tight 736633



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Good product delivered fast! Easy to install and works great. 727449



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Fit perfectly and everything worked fin e. 726250



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It's doing what is supposed to do . Good product !!! 725947



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Perfect match to my original tail light. Easy install and color coded terminals. 725646



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Product was shipped quickly and the shipping was upgraded by etrailer for free. They sent the correct items on my order and kept me informed throughout the process. I am very happy with my purchase through etrailer! 722968



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Great product for the right price, just right for the guy that stays in the woods and has a hard time not backing into trees!! I have purchase several pair and the fast delivery keeps me in the woods. Thanks for caring about your customers. 719577



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This was a replacement trailer light. It was exactly what I wanted, it arrived on the estimated delivery date, it installed easily, and it works perfectly. 710840



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Delivery was timely. Part matched perfectly. Will surely use again. 688409



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delivered timely as orded thank you 683893



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works like a charm would buy again 675073



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The electrical connection was hard to c onnect. 670927



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Exact part match. Reasonable cost. Good delivery process. 670892



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Perfect fit and function! Took ten minutes to install. Great buying experience with etrailer.com! 671853



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Great product, manufactured well, sturdy. Easy install, with minimal effort, matched up to the existing perfectly. 669633



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Exactly as promised. 668295



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Works great - easy install. Also order the metal Light Guard - Unpainted Steel for 440 Tail Light Item # LG440NP - must have - (need to drill hole for License plate light though) 659089



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All good, easy installation. Fast shipp ing. 651443



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Works great! 651082



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Good product, timely delivery. Very sat isfied. 650469


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