Question about Suzuki Motorcycles
U need a resistor something to reduce the power ur board in the light shuld have one built in it may have gone leds run on typicaly around 3v ur bike produces between 12 and 14 v its the same as when u fit led indicators u need to restrict that power down
im asumeing the brake light dont work because the leds are dead not because there is no power to them
best advice i can give is u need a in line resistor similar to the ones used on led indicators they take away some of the power and release it as heat energy with the decresed current the leds shuld be almost just as bright and last a lot longer hope this helps
Posted on Oct 30, 2012
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