First I just plugged the LED bulbs in and it was a no go. I rotated the bulbs in the socket and still a no go.
I checked to make sure the LED bulbs worked. Using some spare wire I connected to the + and - studs under the hood to test the bulbs. I discovered my + and - connections on the bulb noted by the red and black mark.
Now here is the problem. When testing the socket the + and - connection are in the wrong spot. Hence why my bulbs didn't work when I plugged them in.
The problem with the factory connecter is the positive wire is in the wrong port on the OEM plug. As seen in the pics below the white wire in the middle needs to be moved to the free port. I didn't have the tools to rearrange the wires so I bought new connectors.
Cut off the factory connector and strip the wire leads back. Grab the new connector and strip the brown and black wires back. Slide a piece of heat shrink over the stripped wires on the connector. Solder the BROWN from the connector to the OEM BLACK. Solder the BLACK from the connector to the OEM WHITE. Once done slide the heat shrink down and use a lighter to shrink. Extend the factory wire loom with new and use electrical tape on the ends.
NOTE: The OEM WHITE wire has a stripe on it, red or orange I don't remember. I'll just refer to it as the OEM WHITE wire.
Test the connection.
Repeat for the other side.