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LED Brights flickering.

Went to change out my HID low beam and noticed my high beam Leds flicker whenever my car is on. never noticed it before but never really looked. Any easy fixes?
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Re: LED Brights flickering.

Check the fuse. When i drive on the highway they flicker every now and then, but when i go off-roading they're fine. I didn't know what was going on with them and thought it was my battery but I ended up checking the fuse to make sure it was pushed all the way in and I haven't had any problems since then.
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Re: LED Brights flickering.

you need a resistor. I too have LEDs in my highs and without resistors they would flicker and stay dim.
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you need a resistor. I too have LEDs in my highs and without resistors they would flicker and stay dim.
Agreed. I am thinking about going to the factory hid lights. And having led markers in them
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