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I have aftermarket LED tails.  We just got a ton of snow here in Washington state and now I have hyperflash...  

 

so i got some resistors as the lights still work just stupid hyper.  Attached to green and black did one side only and still hyper flash.  

 

Anyone have any ideas?  And yes I searched the forum and found nothing.

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12 minutes ago, Barman84 said:

I have aftermarket LED tails.  We just got a ton of snow here in Washington state and now I have hyperflash...  

 

so i got some resistors as the lights still work just stupid hyper.  Attached to green and black did one side only and still hyper flash.  

 

Anyone have any ideas?  And yes I searched the forum and found nothing.

you need to put resistors on both sides to eliminate the hyper flash. When I had anzos they hyper flashed and swapped out both sides then problem solved

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I have aftermarket LED tails.  We just got a ton of snow here in Washington state and now I have hyperflash...  
 
so i got some resistors as the lights still work just stupid hyper.  Attached to green and black did one side only and still hyper flash.  
 
Anyone have any ideas?  And yes I searched the forum and found nothing.


Lots of answers on the Internet. Most answers for issues when freezing outside is due to low quality LED’s.


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29 minutes ago, MHPrior80 said:

you need to put resistors on both sides to eliminate the hyper flash. When I had anzos they hyper flashed and swapped out both sides then problem solved

Sweet.  Will do and see what happens

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I'm going to try and get the dealer to flash my BCM to turn off the bulb out indicator (Which is hyperflash) so I don't have to worry about resistors but havent gotten a clear yes or no yet from anyone i've talked to. I've been told on a 2500 its easy but can't confirm its the same on 1500

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How many ohms are your resistors? Do you have two turn signal bulbs in your tails originally? If so you need a resistor for each bulb that you originally had. 4 incandescent bulbs = 4 resistors

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On 2/11/2019 at 8:09 PM, FastWS6TA said:

How many ohms are your resistors? Do you have two turn signal bulbs in your tails originally? If so you need a resistor for each bulb that you originally had. 4 incandescent bulbs = 4 resistors

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1500 has 3 lights per tail.  1 brake 1 turn and 1 reverse.  

 

I have resistor in everything but the reverse

 

59w 20ohms

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