Everything blinks when I apply the brake
2005 Fleetwood 36'. I added two additional tail light to the back of the trailer, mounted up high so my rig will be more visible, being the original tail lights are low and some what block by the wheels from the bicycles on the bike rack.
The 7 pin conector has turn signal and brake combined. At the rear of the trailer is a converter seperating the two with a built in blinker. (I can hear and feel in clicking. It also buzzez when the brake is applyed.)
I have tried tapping in front of this converter. I've tapped onto the back side of this converter with an addition converter returning back to the original turn signal/brake combined. I added a second pair of tail light just to seperate the turn signal and brake light, just like the manufacture tail lights are set up. No matter how I wire this, I keep getting the same result.
Running lights, turn signals, brake lights all work fine untill I apply the brake with a turn signal on, then every thing blinks.
2 additional bits of info: The 2 sets of lights I added are LED, with 3 wires and supposed to be set up for running lights and turn signal/brake combined.
Last year I experiance a blow out which tore up wires in the fender well, blowing fuses when all the wires got chewed. All that damage has since been repaired and fuses replaced.
Sorry this post is so long. So is the converter bad? Is the fact that I'm using LED lights the problem? Is it something else I'm missing? Should I eliminate that converter all together and use a heavy duty blinker in the truck? Please help.