Did you do the mod for the LED relay, or get one of the LED relays installed?Is there a ground connection or something between the front turn signal/fender lights and the tail lights? With the LED relay in, I put LEDs in the tail lights, normal bulbs everywhere else (the interior and dash lights are LED).
Repeatable with the normal flasher relay in, only hyper speed.
- When the left turn signal is on, the lights on the dash dim in time with the flasher (including the odometer), the front passenger side turn signal blinks very dimly, and the driver's side turn signal blinks normally.
- When the right turn signal is on, the dash lights dim and the passenger side turn signal flashes, but the driver's side turn signal stays off.
Also, as a side note, if I put LEDs in the turn signals, I blow fuse 7 every time they try to light up (flashers or running lights).
Did they work for you? I need to do this to my JeepRather than cut the wires to the side marker light I made a patch cable that will do the same thing. Way more easier to build the circuit, no cutting of wires, and it's reversible.
When the adapter is installed you may run into the following issues.
If the LED does not light at all, you need to spin the bulb 180 degrees in the socket.
If the LED does light but it is bright, you need to rotate the plug into the factory socket by 180 degrees.
The second if statement has to do with the default mode of the side marker is dim, and when it flashes it gets bright. If you put the plug into the factory socket the wrong way the bulb will always be bright, even when it flashes.
If you want to build this circuit like I did here's the parts you will need the following additional items to your BOM.
194 Male Sockets
194 Female Sockets
Here's what it looks like. I haven't tested it yet but I did build the circuit exactly Steel City 06 described.
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Yes it did. The only change I did was for the side marker light socket I went with the Omix-Ada 12401.19 Socket Assembly as it fits better than the 194 female sockets I had in my BOM. Link is below.Did they work for you? I need to do this to my Jeep