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Old 05-29-2010, 02:31 AM
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so do you have to do the circuit board mod before you add the relays? or can you just wire up the relays?
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the circuit board mod is just for the quad parking lights

the relay mod is for the quad brake and turn light
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Thanks for the quick response. Im gonna try to get this done over the weekend. I could care less about the quad parking lights, I just want the quad turns and brakes.
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Thanks for the quick response. Im gonna try to get this done over the weekend. I could care less about the quad parking lights, I just want the quad turns and brakes.
The term "Parking Lights" is kinda misleading. While yes, they are parking lights, they are mainly used as nightime running lights (when you drive your TB at night). So it's a good idea to do this mod as well.
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I know what parking lights are. I just want the quad brake and turns due to the fact that I am using LEDs and I dont feel there is a big diff in the brightness of them when I have the lights on and brake. I just want to prevent someone from not seeing a diff when I brake at night (not that the 3rd brake light isn't enough) and rear end me.
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so I got around to doing this last night. I used four pin relays instead of five pin. It didnt work is it because of the four pin?
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yes need 5 pin relays
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So I got these relays wired up for quad brakes and turns......I got hyper flashing while using my T/S and applying the brakes, how do you correct this??
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did you use the resistor on the T/S wire? see post #87
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does it really matter which one you use? Im not running all LEDs yet but I installed the .15 Ohm resistor and everything works great. Thanks for the help
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