12-31-2010, 03:43 PM
I installed some VLEDs in my front turn signals. The first time that I installed them and pressed the hazard switch to test them, they blew a fuse. I swapped them around, and then tried it again and one side worked, so I switched the polarity on the second one and then both turn/hazards worked. But now I have NO parking lights! I have looked through all of the fuses under the hood and cannot find specific to parking/tail lights. I tried putting the old bulb back in and same problem. Is there a fuse somewhere else for the parking/tail lights? Any other ideas? ANY help GREATLY appreciated.
12-31-2010, 04:51 PM
Never mind, found it. Thanks to THIS (http://www.tundrasolutions.com/forums/tundra/199293-my-parking-lights-wont-turn-but/)thread. I never knew there was a fuse box under the driver's side dash. I checked the Owner's Manual and found no mention of it. It was a blown fuse and it looks like the VLEDs were bad. Time to call Bill at V-LED.com again.
01-01-2011, 05:16 PM
UPDATE: I did not know it, but after researching the V-LEDs.com web site, it turns out there are two types of 3157 VLEDs: the "standard" and the "CK". I had ordered the standard type when the Tundra uses the CK. So, my mistake (DOH!). Now to order the right VLEDs!