Here's a puzzle. Installed tail tidy with LED indicators and resistors, hazard lights flash once that's it. Thought oh well I will get a relay tomorrow. Installed front flush LED'S with NO load resistors and now harzard lights and all working.
Here s a puzzle Installed tail tidy with LED indicators and resistors hazard...
Probably something to do with evening out the load across the entire circuit, so maybe the load difference on let's say just the left hand side with 1 halogen and 1 LED is okay but when you're trying to run the entire circuit with both sides flashing and half and half it might be too much.
But in saying that I'm running halogen rear and LED front and my hazards work fine :/ maybe the length of wire between the control and the lights has something to do with it too. That's the only thing I can think of :/
Yeah. The only thing with adding the LED'S at the front is reducing the overall circuit resistance. Maybe fine, should.do a bit of calc with ohms law later. I've still got smaller mirrors to put on with LED indicators..... may not wire them up now
Well if you add the resistors in you're actually adding more than what it would have from factory with factory bulbs
Yes, but now they are all LED's. I might just go and get a flasher led relay just to be safe.
Oh of course! It's necessary.. will flash far too quick without it
Flash rate is OK, got the load resistors in the rear but that defeats purpose of LED's. If I get a relay I can take them out, they connect in parallel and create same resistance as normal incodecent bulbs. Plus the oem relay is only good for 4 bulbs. I will have 6 if I wire mirrors in