Does anyone know of a supplier of 3rd brake lights? The one on the Money Monster is missing the lens and doesn't work. It is 2 inches wide and 7.25 inches long.

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You can hit up Tractor supply, Lowe's, or most auto stores will have something that can be adapted. look in the trailer towing and parts section. Some times they use the chassis manufactures supplied lighting.  

Good morning, John; 

Yes, the new LED type are readily available from most auto parts suppliers, and they can be mounted easily.  The only thing to watch for is those for use with the older simpler brake light systems where the brake light is also used for the turn signal indication for one side or the other.  For those applications, you might need two (2) power wires including diodes with the wires going to each of the brake lights on both sides, if you are not running a separate center brake light wire from the brake light switch up front before the turn signal flasher.  For the more recent rear light assemblies with a separate turn signal indication, you can run just one wire to either of the brake lights on either side to power your new center brake light.  

Enjoy;  Ralph, Latté Land, Washington 




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