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After smoking my taillights last week, I decided to put LED bulbs into the turn signals and stuff. When the bulbs came in a few days ago, I pulled the tail lights, replaced the brake and reverse lights with the LEDs, and threw it all back together. When I went to check everything out, the running lights (front ambers and rear tail lights) that come on when the fogs or headlights are on no longer work. The dont come on at all when the lights are switched on. I know the bulbs are good because all blinkers and brake lights still work, just no running light function. I put the stock bulbs all back in and it didn't fix the problem. Does anyone have a clue what this could be? Right now I can't drive around at night without any tail lights...thanks.
Last edited by EarthPoundin; 10-25-2011 at 12:43 AM.
What year is your truck? Obvious question...you checked the fuses, right? hey, I have to ask... Have you checked the connectors with a multimeter to check for voltage?
06 Megacab 4WD,Transgo kit, 2" TopGunz kit,4.11, H-2 wheels,315/70/17 BFG's, Flashpaq, K&N, B&W goose, dual shocks at each corner up front, steering box brace, and a bigass dent in the tailgate because my wife just had to back the trailer...
Oops, guess that would be helpful. It's an 04 2500 qcsb. Fuses all looked good and haven't had a chance to check with a multimeter yet. It just blows my mind that i just pulled bulbs out, put them back in and have this problem now
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