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LED bulbs for brake lights, turning lights, and back-up light
05-14-2018, 02:19 PM
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RE: LED bulbs for brake lights, turning lights, and back-up light
Update lang guys, may nakita akong tut sa mirageforums on how to properly install these reflector lights! haha..

http://mirageforum.com/forum/showthread....d-to-LED-s

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05-14-2018, 05:39 PM
Post: #72
RE: LED bulbs for brake lights, turning lights, and back-up light
That's an old post. Anyway, Nick Davina has posted pics of his tail lights at MPH too.

https://www.miragepilipinas.com/Thread-M...age?page=3

https://www.miragepilipinas.com/Thread-U...hts?page=2

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06-07-2018, 03:24 PM
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LED bulbs for brake lights, turning lights, and back-up light
Just recently got a new multitester.

Upon checking sa setup ng circuit ng brakes, may 4V na supply sa right braking light kapag naka-on ang park light by default? Sa left zero naman pag hindi nakaapak sa pedal.

Brake lights seem normal naman pero tingin ko yun yung reason bakit nailaw 3rd brake light ko everytime itatap ko yung 2-way circuit ng 4th brake light ko.

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06-17-2018, 10:01 AM
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RE: LED bulbs for brake lights, turning lights, and back-up light
(04-26-2018 09:20 AM)Rolf Wrote:  Current leakage in diodes should not be an issue w/ the modification since it is but only minimal..

Not unless the product transforms into this circuit when powered..

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This can be however, tested and verified with a voltmeter.


Hi

Is this the solution for issue,when using LED bulb on breaks? What is the value of the resistor to be used?

It's simple and easy to read diagram.


Thanks

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06-17-2018, 11:28 AM
Post: #75
RE: LED bulbs for brake lights, turning lights, and back-up light
(06-17-2018 10:01 AM)gh0str1d3r Wrote:  
(04-26-2018 09:20 AM)Rolf Wrote:  Current leakage in diodes should not be an issue w/ the modification since it is but only minimal..

Not unless the product transforms into this circuit when powered..

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[Image: Switchback.jpg]

This can be however, tested and verified with a voltmeter.


Hi

Is this the solution for issue,when using LED bulb on breaks? What is the value of the resistor to be used?

It's simple and easy to read diagram.


Thanks
Para sa mga nagkakaroon ng issue pagka busted ang brake lights .. using an LED for the brake light will be the same as an open bulb. So using a load resistor will solve the problem.

Available value at Lazada is 50 Watts 6 ohms.

If you calculate, you will find the resistor will draw 2 amps at 12volts and about 25 watts.. 50 watts value ng resistor kasama na derating factor as safety net.

For car models na di affected ng open bulbs.. you can disregard using a load resistor.

 

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