I want to install a light bar would like some ideas and opinions on how yours work for you pros and cons
Yes I plan to stay stock the other will have its own switch or run off high beams only had this on my truck before but relay off its own switch and high power come straight from Batt.my theory on lights , " don't put all your eggs in on basket " = keep your stock light working and independent of a secondary light system --- following tail lights ain't so bad , but having nothing is rough
A resistor may just do the trick Fish, some of the cheapo bulbs for cars show up a warning light on the dashboard, if you wire in a resistor it does solve the warning light issue. It may work for frequency as well, certainly worth a shot.Jay, do you have the lights wired into the stock wiring harness , if so , then maybe run separate wiring to the battery , it that don't help then maybe put a resistor or what ever it would take to choke out the noise
No I asked in my local electronics store and a resistor is what he said would work and work it did. If LED bulbs aren't Canbus error free the resistor is the solution apparently. I guess the filter cap would clear any RF interference for radios and such though.