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Old 03-26-2014, 12:59 PM
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Default Need help with OEM projector headlamps on 2013/2014 Ram

I'll try to keep this short. I bought a set of the OEM projectors to put on my 2014 outdoorsman. I installed them with the pnp adaptors from *************. The lights work as they should, low beam, high beam, parking lights and blinkers and they do not hyperflash. However my EVIC is telling me both my front blinkers and my parking lamps are out. And my side mirror blinkers and dash blinker lights are hyperflashing. The pnp adapter came with one resistor wired in for each light. That did not take care of the problem. Jeremy from retroshop says I need to wire in an additional resistor on each light for the parking lights. Which now means I need 4 resistors to run these lights. Now don't get me wrong I am not complaining about Jeremy's product, I am just posting this to see if anyone else has put these on a 2013 or 2014 truck and found a way to run them with no issues that doesn't require running 4 resistors. I found the info below posted by another member wondering if anyone tried this and if it worked. Secondly I've called 3 dealers in my area and none of them could even tell me how long it would take them to wire these lights up for me. And Ram body builder site only has info for tail lamps not head lamps. If anyone can share in this or help please let me know. Personally the 4 resistors is the last thing I want to do and if thats what it takes I may just put my originals back on and sell the projectors.

2013 trucks have a few different ways to stay away from resistors: 1. if you have a VSIM in your truck you can find & ground the proper wire. 2. Cut the proper wire located at the CBC up under the dash by parking cable & above Alpine amp if you have the premium sound & ground it. 3. Use wire terminal kit #P68225777AA (which might already be included & laying in the glove box) to add a wire to an external connector located on driver's side behind front wheel well liner and grounding it.
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