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I found some LED lights that are i believe are plug and play but i’m wondering if i have to buy new housing units or will the stock ones be fine. And also if anyone has a better way or better fitment bulbs please let me know. These are the ones i found https://www.amazon.com/AUXITO-Headlight-9000Lumens-Extremely-Conversion/dp/B07DGTTTKN/ref=pd_gwm_cr_simh_0?pf_rd_s=grid-2&pf_rd_t=Gateway&pf_rd_i=mobile&pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pd_rd_wg=veXem&pd_rd_r=049R1C7XBFWZZE3F57EM&pd_rd_w=YzI5W&pf_rd_r=91F9GAQM0Q9PNYK3MMTN&pf_rd_p=8685336c-66e9-4fc3-a54f-476dcb068b08&pd_rd_i=B07DGTTTKN
1995 Nissan Pathfinder - XE - V6 Austin, Texas: DPS says you can't get a brake tag if your "Third" Brake Light is not working..... Brake Tag station attendant said that the light is out. The 3rd Brake Light is actually working but very dim. Upon removal of the light, voltage was tested across the Green and Black wires: 12 VDC Hooked up the LED light array to another 12 VDC source to verify: Same results, a very dimly lit LED array. All LED's appear to be lighting up, just very dim. I inspected the printed circuit board and drew a schematic (see pdf attachment) Also, having trouble finding this particular circuit in the 1995 NP Service Manual: https://www.nicoclub.com/FSM/Pathfinder/1995_Pathfinder/ I know I may have to replace the lights with an alternative (perhaps 2 or 3 incandescent or something), but since the LED's all light up (dimly), I figure there may be a chance to the repair circuit, or at least, confirm what is going on (what's failing). Thank you for any advice. 1995 NPathfinder XE-V6 - Brake LED Array.pdf
As a Christmas break project, I'm considering adding an Led Backup light and a pair of rock lights. For the rock lights specifically, I want to be able to get them to come on when I unlock the car (key less entry). The lights are only .35 Amps and 9 Watts each. Does anyone know if I can hook these up to the stock wiring for the dome light without any issues? Or is there a simpler place to access that wire and achieve the desired effect?