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Old 11-15-2010, 08:49 PM
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I swaped my duals for quads on my 09 ram 1500 and now when you hit the brights, the low beams go off. This seems to happen on all the conversions. Is there a flash or something that will fix this problem? Thanks.
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You probably need to have the dealer add the quad lamps to the build configuration and reprogram the TIPM.
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