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I've change my lighting in the centre console of my toyota corolla altis 2003 to L.E.D but one portion of the L.E.D keep burning i've change many times but it keeps burning and it's in the same portion what is the problem??

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Possible that the distribution of the Voltage/currrent to this section is not regulated inthe circuit. So it will be good to have a current reduction by adding on a resistor in series to the LED to reduce the voltage/current. It is also possible that the LED wiring in the circuit is not balanced, controlled or regulated.
You must then use a Voltage regulator to reduce this impact.

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