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DRaczak 12-18-2017 11:05 AM

Electrical Gremlin
 
I have replaced all my exterior lights with LED. The headlights are from Morimoto. All the other bulbs were from Amazon. I did add resistors to the turn signals on all 4 corners as I was getting the hyperflashing.

Now about a month later, My drivers rside ear taillights and turn signal, my PRND light, rear wiper are not working. Have not took anything apart yet.

Is there a fuse/control module that controls these?

My next course of action is to switch everything back and see what happens?

Thanks,

DPK 12-19-2017 03:19 PM

I don't think that a fuse is the issue since the wiper is also involved..But it could be..but I'm more inclined to think that a common ground point is loose.

Did you mean PRNDL light?

DRaczak 12-19-2017 04:25 PM

GRemlin
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by DPK (Post 20329)
I don't think that a fuse is the issue since the wiper is also involved..But it could be..but I'm more inclined to think that a common ground point is loose.

Did you mean PRNDL light?


Yes I do. Rear tailgate does not work either.

DPK 01-03-2018 10:10 AM

So, what did you figure out on this?:confused:

Tankmalone 02-04-2018 05:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DRaczak (Post 20321)
I have replaced all my exterior lights with LED. The headlights are from Morimoto. All the other bulbs were from Amazon. I did add resistors to the turn signals on all 4 corners as I was getting the hyperflashing.

Now about a month later, My drivers rside ear taillights and turn signal, my PRND light, rear wiper are not working. Have not took anything apart yet.

Is there a fuse/control module that controls these?

My next course of action is to switch everything back and see what happens?

Thanks,

From what I understand is there is a control module for them, it's all read and works on voltage which is why you had to add the resistors. Depending on the led replacements, they may not all be compatible and could have burnt out. Curious to know what happened when you switched back.


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