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Old 05-03-2015, 01:45 AM
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LED headlight issues.

I installed the Quadratec Stealth LED headlights and fogs recently. No issues at all until tonight when I noticed one was really dim. Before I contact them on Monday I was going to see if anyone had any input. They have anti-flicker modules hooked up too.

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From your last pic .it seems to be that the passenger side has both high and low beam on at the same time.driver side looks normal.i would try unplugging everything and then hook back up .you may have a bad headlamp

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It looks like the passenger side light is aimed way high,causing it to look brighter.
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From your last pic .it seems to be that the passenger side has both high and low beam on at the same time.driver side looks normal.i would try unplugging everything and then hook back up .you may have a bad headlamp
This. At least it looks that way from the pic.
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Old 05-03-2015, 01:13 PM
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Well, for sure a bulb issue now. Moved the light to the other side to test the wiring and still messed up.
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Return them. There is a group buy for the NightSun4x4 for 280.00 when it gets to 24.
https://www.wranglerforum.com/f202/7-...1040018-6.html

then just buy the lifetimeled harness for 20.00 if you need it.

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