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Thread: Drayron sequential taillights and wings a loft

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    Drayron sequential taillights and wings a loft

    Quick video of the sequential taillight action when locking and unlocking the doors. I held off on the drayron boards for a while, thinking they were too expensive. When you hold the boards in your hands and see them working the cost is justified. They are super high quality, and the customer service cannot be beat. Instead of having the driving lights flash, I split the wire that was running to the driving lights lead under the fuse box. A diode was soldered to each of these wires and they are spliced to the leads going to each signal wire in the relay compartment, to have the the directionals flash when remote locking and unlocking. (One green with a white stripe and one green with a red stripe. You can check the taillight plug at the board for a visual on what wires you're looking for in the relay compartment. There are different shades of green striped wires.
    https://youtube.com/shorts/oWPZ-gqjoxU?feature=share

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    I love my Drayron lights, worth the price. Like you said the customer service is second to none. Ron and Ray are both great to deal with. Ive had mine for about a year now. They even survived a rear end collision (your mileage may vary LOL)

    I like how you tied the flashers into the keyless entry, I want to do this as well!

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    Great idea! I have these boards and Wings-a-Loft as well and would love to do this mod. One of the few times I'd actually see the sequential lights going during normal use.
    David Proehl

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidProehl View Post
    Great idea! I have these boards and Wings-a-Loft as well and would love to do this mod. One of the few times I'd actually see the sequential lights going during normal use.
    I have plenty of the diodes. HMU if you want a set. No charge

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    Quote Originally Posted by L3V3L1 View Post
    I have plenty of the diodes. HMU if you want a set. No charge
    Thanks! PM sent.
    David Proehl

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    We have had several owners express interest, so I want to thank L3V3L1 for providing the video along with some helpful info for those that would like to connect the Wings Aloft to the DRAYRON sequencer boards. Below I have provided a schematic showing the required connection. The change turns out to be fairly straightforward. Normally the Wings Aloft flash contact goes to the Red/Green wire under the fuse box allowing the module to flash the running lights. To switch to the sequencers, remove this connection and instead connect to the taillight Directional Indicator (DI) circuits. The Green/White wire is the DI for the right taillight and the Green/Red is the left DI. Diodes must be used in both of these connections to prevent feedback. L3V3L1 has confirmed that the DI circuits pass thru the relay compartment so all of the connections are conveniently done there. Heed his warning and make sure you get the correct wires. It's easy to mistake the color combinations. Use 10 Amp diodes with a voltage rating of at least 200. If you have any questions please feel free to send me a PM.

    Sincerely,
    Ron Anderson
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    Wings Aloft connection to DRAYRON schematic.JPG

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