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post #1 of 11 Old 03-25-2020, 07:48 AM Thread Starter
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codes B-1630 and B-162C

I recently installed a set of oracle 7" headlights with the white halos on a 2010 wrangler. They work very well except I am getting codes B-162C and B-1630. I rest them and get them back after awhile. The codes indicate "not to factory specs" has anyone else had this issue and if so is there a solution>

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post #2 of 11 Old 03-25-2020, 08:03 AM
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The real solution is not to run garbage halo LEDs. They have an improper current draw that the TIPM doesn't recognize as normal, causing errors. LEDs don't draw as much as conventional bulbs and cheap headlamps don't address this.
If you want LED headlamps that work out of the box, get a quality brand like Trucklight or JWSpeaker that don't have those ridiculous halos.
Alternatively, you can try various resistor packs (aka pulse width modulator) to get a proper resistance/current draw. Perhaps contact the supplier you got them from and ask which one might work on the crap they sold you.

And this is the CJ forum, this belongs in the JK forum. No CJ ever had this type of CANBus system.

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I sent out an email to the manufactures and no response yet. Before I bought them I thought I did enough research on them, apparently not, and thought they were a pretty reputable outfit.
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tell us the manufacturer - maybe we can help .

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Oracle lights 7" LED
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they advertise right here on the forum...
I am sure they will help

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I recently installed a set of oracle 7" headlights with the white halos on a 2010 wrangler. They work very well except I am getting codes B-162C and B-1630. I rest them and get them back after awhile. The codes indicate "not to factory specs" has anyone else had this issue and if so is there a solution>
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post #9 of 11 Old 04-03-2020, 11:14 AM Thread Starter
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Manufacturer got in touch with me and sending out can-bus adapters for the lights to compensate for the low voltage. Due here sometime today will let you know how it does. Thanks Oracle lights
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GREAT please let us see pictures and directions, it will help other jeepers.

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post #11 of 11 Old 04-04-2020, 10:23 AM Thread Starter
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I'll send pictures, etc.. after I get the jeep back in a few weeks. It is the grandsons and I wont see him for a few weeks, with this virus and restrictions.. But I wont forget, Thanks everyone.
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