Some newer vehicles have a very picky CANBUS electrical system that will produce bulb-out warnings from installing after-market lighting. This can typically be resolved with a set of company CANBUS Anti-Flicker Modules.
A vehicle’s turn signal flasher will be located in the fuse box under your steering column, or sometimes in the fuse box of your engine bay. To find it, simply engage your turn signals, then search for a small module that’s making a “clicking” noise. Once you locate the origin of the clicking noise, that will be your stock flasher! (Keep in mind that most newer vehicles have an integrated flasher that cannot be removed.) If the clicking is coming from a module that cannot be taken out, you will need to install load resistors to resolve hyper-flashing instead. Click here for more information on flashers and resistors.
If the LEDs are green, that can be a good thing! Seeing only green means that your kit is working but the polarity is currently backwards on one or more of the plugs. In order to correct this, you will need to flip the connectors of the kit, one by one, until you can determine which connection is backwards.
If your 194 interior LED bulb is not working at first installation, just remove the bulb, pull the 2 pins on the base of the bulb outward to a 45 degree angle, and then rotate it 180 degrees before reinstalling. (If the pins are not making solid contact in the socket then the bulb will not function properly.) If your festoon or loop-style interior LED bulb is not working upon the initial installation, simply remove the bulb, flip it end over end, and then reinstall it.
A 6000K/Cool White color temperature has a hint of blue color to it, and a 5000K/Pure White color temperature has no color at all. While 6000K is our most popular selection, 5000K will give you a little bit better visibility at night!
RGB lighting has Red, Green and Blue LED chips to create just about any color shade you can think of, besides a true White. RGBW lighting has RGB LEDs along with a dedicated White LED chip for legal on road use during the day or at night. Some of our custom LED products are considered RGBWA, which means they have all of the functionality of our RGBW LED products, plus a blinking Amber turn signal function!
Company list all of our LED Halos by the outer diameter in millimeters. If company don’t have your vehicle listed on Fitted Halos page, you will need to obtain that measurement.
Unfortunately, due to differences in both the wiring and factory connectors, company do not offer a compatible version of these products for any EU/AU 2015+ Mustang, at this time.
WRX/STi C-Light DRL harness is only compatible with the Diode Dynamics WRX/STi C-Light Switchback LED Halos.
In “dimmer” circuits, all Diode Dynamics LEDs will dim off, just like your factory bulbs do. However, there is sometimes a very small amount of power, only a few milliamps, left running in the circuit once the vehicle has dimmed the lights completely. This doesnt happen with stock lights because incandescent bulbs require more current to illuminate. Since LEDs need much less current to illuminate, this residual power can make them glow slightly when they are supposed to be off. This is not using any more power than your factory bulb, and should be no cause for concern.
SL1 LEDs have adjustable collars for this.