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Question Pilot / Parking Lamp Question

I've been searching, but cannot find the answer . . .

I have the parking lamp out, two wires going to it. One gray with stripe, one brown without. Which is the hot side that I need to tap into for parking lights on front turn signals, please?

Also, anyone know the bulb number for the pilot lamp? Mine is burned out.

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Thank you, Joe. That did the trick. Now to tape & seal up the solder joint and I'll be done with the fronts.

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