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Old 09-23-2013, 11:44 PM   #1
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Default LED Lights in my heater panel

I've tried to switch the lights out in my heater control panel to 3 mm LED lights but they don't light once connected. I have soldered them in, tried it with the key off and also with the truck started and nothing. Has anyone done this before? I was able to do it to my instrument panel and it worked but it was a different style light.
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Just to make sure, LED'* are not connected the same way normal bulbs are installed. They need to have a resistor inline with them and are polarized.
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