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Old 05-31-2013, 07:41 AM
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I know I need two load resistors and 3157 LED's. But do I need the CAN BUS?? Non CAN BUS?? Or CK LED's??? Non CK LED's???

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If you're ordering from super bright leds, they have CANBUS specific 3157's. that should be all you need.
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Well I wanna say I tried those on my tail lights and they didnt work so I had to return them and get the load resistors. But I can't remember for sure
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I installed LED's on all 4 corners and on my 2012 I had to install a resistor on all 4 corners, no issues, no hyper flashes, no problems. But apparently there is a code that can be added to the system which will allow LED lights to replace the bulbs, maybe check this out

http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread.php?t=142351
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I put the switchback style on my truck last night, with a resistor. It's been working good.
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What wires did u tap into for that resistor?? And I don't know if I want the switchbacks because I don't want them SUPER BRIGHT!!! I have switchbacks in my reverse lights. I just want LED's for the DRLs. Not too bright but something better than the weak yellow. They look weird with my AAC square halos!
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What wires did u tap into for that resistor?? And I don't know if I want the switchbacks because I don't want them SUPER BRIGHT!!! I have switchbacks in my reverse lights. I just want LED's for the DRLs. Not too bright but something better than the weak yellow. They look weird with my AAC square halos!
I tapped in to the ground and high or blinker wire, the wire that is hot when you use the turn signal. With the resistor in-line, it fools the flasher relay to thinking there is still a regular bulb in the socket.
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Do u know wire colors???
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I know the ground is black, as for the high and low, I don't. I took a volt meter and read which one was hot when I turned the running lights on. Process of elimination means the third is the high/blinker wire. I think I recall someone saying it was the two outside wires going in to the connector.
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