Most American cars have always had this setup. What's even worse is the kind where the brake light and the signal light use the same bulb, so you can't tell whether they are braking or turning unless you look at the other lights.Corin said:This is actually another one of the things I find irritating about the MO. I like having a different color between turn signals and brakes/running lights. (actually, I'd like to have a different color between running and brake lights too). Honda has always been very good about having yellow turn signals. Toyota has been pretty good about it. What's up with Nissan?
Fortunately I believe the Murano uses a different bulb for the signal light and the brake lights (there are three bulbs per light, one always on, one for brakes, and one for signal). I think the Honda Pilot has always had red turn signals.mozman said:I agree!!!:4:
Keep the all turn signal lights yellow/amber, and brake lights red.
Most of all a diferent bulb for each function. None of this one bulb fits all (parking light, braking light, turning light).... arrgh :3: They should make this a federal law.
Eric, you're right the Honda Pilot now uses all red in it's tail lights (at least for the '05's). They used to have a yellow turn signal light.