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Does Bargman Tail Light w/ Backup # 30-92-002 Come With Sockets and Bulbs and Instructions


Ok since i purchased this unit this light has been dim. It will blink turn and stop but only on the low light filamint. With the light on it goes dark when brakes are hit, I have fooled with the socket and it appears to be a ground or connection problem. I checked power to the socket and that is ok. I am going to replace the socket, since just the socket cannot be found I want to buy a replacement unit I think this is the one although the last three numbers are different they look the same. It is for a TrailManor 2619 Trailer, 2006 year. Let me know so I can order one also I WANT TO MAKE SURE IT COMES WITH THE SOCKETS THE PICTURE DOES,T SHOW THEM BUT THE LITERATURE SAYS IT DOES, ALSO DOES IT COME WITH WIRING INSTRUCTIONS?


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The inside of the Bargman Surface Mount Tail Light w/ Backup, part # 30-92-002 has two sockets with two bulbs. The top bulb is a # 30-90-156 single filament bulb that is for the reverse light. The bottom bulb is a # 30-90-157 double filament bulb that is for the tail light functions. I went out to the warehouse and took the lens off of the unit and took a picture that will show you what the inside looks like. I have attached the picture for you to see.

The Bargman light does not come with any wiring instructions, but I can help you with the wiring. Both of the white wires will need to be grounded. The black wire will need to run to the running light circuit. The green wire will need to be run to the stop/turn circuit. The red wire will need to be run to the reverse light function.

I do not have a listing for what trailer lights are on your 2006 Trail Manor Trailer so I am including a link to a page that will show all of the Bargman Series 92 Trailer Lights that I carry. You will want to try and match the part number on your trailer light housing and not the part number on the lens. If you can not match the light by part number you will want to match it by the correct size and functions you will need.

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