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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-16-2017, 08:42 PM Thread Starter
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I just got these in today, wired them up, and can't get them to light. I hear that you don't need a [new, led specific] relay switch unless you go full led, so unless I've got them wired backwards, idk what it could be.

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EP34 is the correct relay

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Excellent, thank you. Will this work with the stock lights on front? I'm getting in another, different led set for the front, though I don't if they'll function as running lights, so I'll have a full led set soon, but if these front ones on won't work I may have to keep the stock ones for a bit longer.
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yes should work with stock lights on front

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The relay should not prevent the LED's from working, but the timing of the blinkers would be too fast....just saying.

Did you try to reverse the leads on the blinkers? Unlike incandescent bulbs, LED's do have polarity and need to have positive on the correct lead.
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turns out i had the left one wired backwards, i mistakenly assumed the black wire was ground, without looking up a diagram (TIL the colored line wires are the grounds on the rear turns) and the other was just plain-old defective(poor solder job, plebs ). so hopefully the seller will just send me a replacement, these things are so cheap its not worth the trouble to return ship.

got the good one to light though, the new relay was a perfect plug and play, and if i must say so, an even more satisfying click sound ;D thanks so much for the help, i really appreciate it. the mechanics im down with, but circuits are magic to me. if anyone is interested, i may post a thread in the custom mod/fab section, hell i may anyway as little action as we get around here. thanks again!
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