Okay, for that you will need to run new wiring and relays to the rear as well as make custom light circuit boards with logic circuits to fool the BCM into thinking the lights are working as they are "supposed" to work, otherwise the BCM will start setting codes and warnings for lights being out.
GM uses a single feed to the logic boards that control the lights. The turn switch tells the BCM "right turn" and the BCM sends out a data signal through the CAN bus that tells the right hand light modules to turn on. Entirely different wiring system than the Lincoln.
Basically there are no individual wires for turn or brake, just the computer and logic boards. The boards get told "stay on" for brakes or "flash" for turns. Both power and ground are constant feeds to the boards. Just the control signal changes.
The only lights that are controlled the "old" way are the markers, those are fed from a relay out through the brown wires, but that gets its signal from the BCM as well.
You might be able to use the trailer tow circuits to do what you want but not sure how you would convince the BCM that things are normal.
I have attached all of the wiring and option wiring diagrams plus the trailer wiring.
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Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017 AT 1:07 PM