So got a steal on my webelectric tails from Mopar Supercenter!! Thanks for honoring the price even though it was really too good to be true.
Here is the deal, the tail lights dont look nearly as cool as they do in the numerous videos I have seen on youtube....I have done everything per instruction and even run the hazards for five minutes.
I disconnected the phone cord from both sides and the sequential pattern improved greatly.
I guess my question is do these things take a few drive cycles turn signals to truely adapt to the flasher. At some point will they get more into "phase" with those that are on youtube?
Any ideas if the cold temps affect the learn time of the electronics....
Or am I just impatient?
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Are you able to post a video?? I thought they looked pretty good after I hooked mine up.
2010 Charger R/T R&T
DS Predator / LMI Air Hammer / JBA Catted Mids / Flowmaster American Thunder / AMG Paddles / Eibach Pro-Kit / FR Flat Black Challenger Replicas / SRT Rear Diffuser
417hp / 465tq - 13.10 @ 106 mph
Got mine yesterday, installed today. Turn signals are working but they do not seem synchronized. Also, there is no difference when using the hazards or braking ( all bulbs light up at the same time ). Does it sound like something you have? I also followed installation and troubleshooting procedures?
Mine are working better I will have to take a video tomorrow
I did a bit of research on the phone cord ( was wondering what it's purpose was ) and it would keep the brake and hazard lights from being sequential ( I thought they were supposed to be ). Also, not using the phone cord could cause the modules to overheat in traffic, cause the lights to blink really fast and basically blow the sequential modules. Read this info on Challenger forums, not sure it applies for our cars? Most people don't seem to use the phone cord...
Spoke with Brandon from Mopar Supercenter yesterday, came back to me with a confirmation today after speaking with WebElectric. As I read on the internet, not using the phone cord could cause the modules to overheat in traffic, causing the lights to blink really fast and basically blow the sequential modules. I'll take a chance with mine and leave it as is, I really like having the sequential effect on the brake lights.
When I first plugged them in, I turned on my hazards and left it on for 10 min. to get them in sink. Haven't had a problem since and it has been several years.
Last edited by juanitorus; 01-31-2012 at 10:13 PM.
This car has seen it all since the day she was born:
From Myrtle Beach, SC->Fayetteville, NC->Brunssum, Netherlands->Savannah, GA->Redding, CA
Just got mine installed today and they seem fine. Cant confirm the brake lights though. I have the phone cord linked but once I have some time in with them I will disconnect and see if there are any issues or benefits. Sure like the way they look though......
SRT 8 2009 Charger
Child seat (yah its a mod!), CAI, Magnaflow catback, dynamic ground kit, Predator, Clear Markers, BT Catch Can, BT Interior stuff, Eye brows, Sequentials