no they are the same and hte light housing works and all that if i put the right housing set on the left side it works but nothign works on the right side. and i checked the fuse so what could it be?Du3ce said:are u using high wattage bulbs? u mightve melted the wiring
well if they are going from teh base to the curved part then ya 5mm for sure and yeah i have to order 2 of those voltage regulators then. how many volts should be let through?noslow100 said:I am trying to find out more info about the votage regulator and where to get it. That is probably why they keep blowing out. It seems that there is power spikes and the leds are wiped out when the power gets too great. The leds at the top have resistors already attached to them and that is probably why they are still okay. I am just wondering about the color of the light output. I am going to get bright white leds for the halo's. I hope that does not make the lights from the leds above it look underpowered. I might replace them anyway. So you say the leds in the halo's are definetly 5mm, right? Gotta order some. I did not order the 3mm yet thank God.
noslow100 said:Try doing a search for the velleman k1823 It is a votlage regulator that is variable and can be adjusted to the voltage that you desire. I am probably going to order 2 of these if I can't find them localy. I have to do a little more research on the voltage to be let through. I am not sure if we need to add more voltage because there is 4 leds in a series or if the voltage has to be around 3-4. Have you found the leds that you are going to order yet? Also, how did you hook up your halos and leds? Did you tap into the park/turn signal wires. Could you give me a little bit of info on that. The instruction sheet I got with it was crap. Only half of the page was printed.