i was looking at those months ago. now i really want them
isn't it amazing how one word can change everything?tell me you guys didn't take me seriously..........i know that.
hold on. wait a minute......i should have phrased that diff. " If only you could find a clear with red LED 3rd brake light." Yeah, that's my bust.
Good times. I'm gonna go sit in a corner and cry myself to sleep. Yeah, That's how I roll. Don't hate. fun fun
:smileup:I got the same LEDs on my Caliber.
Knowledge Base for all.Thread resurrection:
Im thinking of picking up some of these tail lights (the black edition ofc). I have searched around here and have come across some threads in where there is a special relay that is required to make the tipm not think there is a blown out bulb (due to low voltage).
Could I get some clarification on this please? Would be much appreciated.
I also have the 08 2 bulb version -- would you be able to point me in the direction of that rewire mod you are talking about? Thanks bud.
In re. to the relay, I have searched and the only thing I have come across definitively has been the post here : http://caliberforumz.com/showthread.php?t=32141&highlight=led+tail+lightKnowledge Base for all.
Relay is only required for trailer wiring when not using the Mopar harness. For tails it only requires resistors (maybe). You won't know until you try them. The DIY for the 2009 in the KB is closer to what you would be looking for. http://caliberforumz.com/showthread.php?t=32522In re. to the relay, I have searched and the only thing I have come across definitively has been the post here : http://caliberforumz.com/showthread.php?t=32141&highlight=led+tail+light
But there are a myriad of other posts on led installation that make no mention of the relay issue, thus my post above and the request for clarification.
so Im still not 100% sure on whether this relay is 100% nec. or not.
Really? That's too bad. Mine are still 100% - no bulbs out, no moisture (unlike the leaky factory lights these replaced)One of the best mods for our Calis, recommended by many users.
I did this one too. Now after several years top 3 LEDs on one side have burnt out.
Not a serviceable part etc sealed unit ...
So anyone have experience or ideas on how to fix.
Thought I saw on here some had similar burnouts on the Headlamp assemblies, was there any resolution there?