This will depend on your vehicle wiring: combined or separate Stop and Turn wires.
Combined Stop and Turn Wires
If your Stop and Turn wires are combined, meaning that they travel down the same wire, then you will only need one taillight on each side.
Separate Stop and Turn Wires
If your Stop and Turn wires are separated, you will need to two taillights on each side:
If the two wires are manually combined in an attempt to mimic the combined option listed above, they will create a cross circuit and the lights will come on when they shouldn’t. Please do not attempt this! (:
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