As you can tell in the photo that I posted with my original question, my license plate lights have two wire leads, a 12V and a ground. Every replacement light I found that fit the same hole had only a 12V lead, no ground wire. The light housings were all self-grounding. This wouldn’t work for me since my light is mounted in fiberglass. After a lot of searching I came across this
light at SuperBrightLEDs.com. It has a two wire feed and because it is LED, it is brighter and should last a lot longer. They were a snap to install.
Just thought I’d pass this along in case anyone else ran into the same issue.
2005 Fleetwood Providence 39J
CAT C7 350, MP-8 Programmer
My wife does all the driving - I just hold the wheel...