Originally Posted by freddyboy61
Check fuses #4 & 40 in rear fuse box. Courtesy lights are separate from reading lights, with separate fuses. If the fuses are good, you may have taken out the BCM. LED lights are polarized and should be inserted in the socket only one way.
Freddy, where is the bcm located at exactly? I will look at the fuses you stated above.... You know ive never had a problem installing leds until I did the domes on the tb.
Originally Posted by Joel1
If an LED is inserted "backwards" it just won't do anything; its a diode. They don't have any resistance on their own. Check if there is a wattage for this LED light (resistor built in to it) or is it a plain old LED. Bulbs have resistance which is what gives their wattage at 12Volts. If the LED had a different resistance (lower or none) it could blow the fuse.
Joel, The bulb probably blew cuz I possibly installed it backwards. I know the bulbs I got are 12v.
But your guy's input will definitely help once I get that chance to look at my tb.
Thanks once again.