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MINI Cooper S Third Brake Light Pulsar

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Introducing the GoMiniGo Third Brake Light PULSAR!!!! Help prevent tailgaters! This PULSAR will get their attention!

This unit will flash your third center brake light about 4 times in the first 1.5 seconds after you apply your brakes and then brake light will remain on without flashing as long as your brake lights are on. Release your brakes and reapply the brakes, it will pulse your center light again.

I have one on my car and I can definitely tell a difference with other driver's reactions when I hit the brakes. They back off much quicker.

Unlike other units, this is silent during operation. No clicking!

Installation is very simple. Unscrew your third light, connect to the wiring and reinstall the light. 

Will this work on other cars? Yes, as long as they are 12V and have a LED light for a third brake light. Incandescent (bulbs) brake lights draw too much power and will damage the PULSAR.

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  1. Feeling Secure

    Posted by Robert. on 18th Feb 2017

    The light has generic connector not like the original on my 2006 Mini Cooper S that was nice an secure lock. I feel its going to back off due to vibration you might have to secure it with an electrical tape for security. Other than that the light works well. Definitely gets the car behind you attention.

  2. great flasher

    Posted by Barry on 30th Dec 2016

    Great product, easy to install works nice. Will be getting one for wife's Mini Paceman

  3. awsome product

    Posted by robert moody on 26th Nov 2015

    Awsome little gadget fairly easy to install took abt 30 min or less to install first time I drove my mini I could see the reaction of drivers behind me they definitely noticed it. I'm gonna get another one to put on my motorcycle definitely worth the price for a little extra safety

  4. Pulser

    Posted by Unknown on 2nd Sep 2015

    Works well. Best thing to do is to cut the wires close to the side panel not near the connector for the brake like. I soldered the wires and put heat shrink on it. After that I tucked the unto into the side panel and reconnected it. Much easier than trying to put it near the brake light.

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