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post #1 of 5 Old 12-30-2017, 08:59 PM Thread Starter
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LED Headlight Issue

So, somehow with my fat fingers I deleted my original post. Re-cap. I was given some VisiinX Vortex LED headlights for my 2015 JKU Rubicon. I did not get the VisionX anti-flicker modules, so I picked some up at a local shop. Both light work flawless on dim (with the halo), but the passenger side light flickers like crazy, and the flicker module buzzes like crazy. I thought it was the module, so I took the pair back, and got a new set. Ended up with the same issue. Thought it might be the headlight, so I swapped them, same issue. Swapped flicker modules, same issue. The drivers side works perfect on high and low, the passenger side works fine in low beam only. Without the Jeep running, the passenger side works fine on low and high. Really not sure whatís going on. Just wondering if anyone has had similar issues? Or if any additional load resistor May be needed, as there have been no issues with the stock lights, or the IPF and H4 lights thatís that I had previously installed.
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post #2 of 5 Old 12-30-2017, 09:41 PM
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I have stayed away from LED headlights for this reason.

I can't tell you why one works fine, and the other doesn't.

However, I can tell you why they both work fine when the Jeep is off.
With the jeep off, the headlights get pure 12vdc. Running, they get pwm voltage.

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Thanks, I understand the lack of PWM either Jeep off, it was purely a troubleshooting technique. And maybe itís a good thing I didnít pay anything for them, just cost me $45 for the anti-flicker modules.
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I went with the RallyLights harness (HL28130JP H13 to H4 Upgrade Headlamp Harness - Jeep JK Wrangler 2007>) when I was running Truck-lites. No flicker and it got rid of the delay when switching from low to high beam and vice versa.

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Thanks, I will check that out.
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