Yes, LEDs with dual filaments will get brighter when the foot is on the brake just like a regular halogen bulb.Do the PUTCO LED brakelights work like dual filament globes?
i.e. Do they get brighter as you put your foot on the brake or are they the same intensity regardless if your foot is on the brake or not.
I am looking to do this as well. Has anyone been successful pulling out the soldered bulbs? How many lights would I need for the whole interior?Has anyone changed out the interior dome lights in the 2014 Grand Cherokee? There are 4 bulbs, but I am told 2 of those bulbs are soldered on - I would like to put in the 194 LED bulbs, but I don't want 2 leds, 2 stock bulbs. Has anyone run into this problem?
Can you link a list of the bulbs you used from superbrightled.com? The plug and play are easy, soldering I can do but need to buy another iron mine got lost somewhere along the way.Ya - I was able to do mine and another user did his too. It does take soldering, but its not as difficult once you start doing it. Check out page 15 & 16 on this thread:
I don't remember how many bulbs total. I did end up doing all mine - stayed consistent with the type of bulbs and brightness. Got mine from superbrightleds.com. Cheaper than what some others posted on here and the other thread. Works and looks great - couldn't be happier with the look of it.
Get a soldering iron and follow my directions carefully in the thread I just linked to. Let us know how it goes
5050-CW6000: Cool White 5050 SMD LED 5050-CW6000: Cool White 5050 SMD LED
That was the small solderable led's you need to replace the ones that are already soldered. The 194's are standard. Just makes sure you get the "Cool White" as the color, again so they stay a consistent color. The visor lights are these:
F30-WHP-xV: Fuse LED Bulb - 1 SMD LED Festoon F30-WHP-12V : 12V
The 194's are these:
WLED-xHP5: 194 LED Bulb - 5 SMD LED Wide Angle Wedge Base WLED-WHP5: Cool White