Okay, having a problem. I started replacing the solder component LED's and everything was going good. Got both heated seats and the rear defogger done without a problem (all with red). However, when I replaced the overdrive off with a blue one, I seem to be getting some voltage feedback and the LED comes on dim whenever the key is on. If I push the button, it gets bright like it is supposed to, but when I push it again, it reverts back to the dim power level.
It's kinda like the ABS warning light I was describing above, but what's throwing me for a loop on this one is that I am replacing an LED with another LED.
Anyone else experience this problem? Any ideas?
After doing some more research, it appears that white, blue, and UV LED's tend to be WWWAAAYYY more sensitive than other colors. I am going to throw a red LED in there and see what happens. If that does it, then good. If not, the next step is to start messing with the resistor values (soldered on the board, too) to see if I can make that work. I can update my findings if anyone is interested.
Last edited by jlipka98zj; 06-16-2010 at 09:45 AM.