This is because car expects certain voltage / amperage to be drawn by the bulb. If the condition is not met car will throw the bulb out error code. Because LED lights are more efficient they will draw different kind of current than incandescent ones.
Why do my LED lights turn off after a few seconds?
If your LED light bulb is switching off immediately, it’s likely a fault with the power supply or the driver in the bulb causing an imbalance with the wattage – either not enough or too much.
Why do my LED lights turn off after a while?
It’s most likely the power supply/transformer if it’s older than 3 to 5 years. If your power supply is outside or in a place where there isn’t much air circulation, it will deteriorate more quickly. The power supply may be thermally shutting down when it gets too hot and then resetting once it cools down.
Why do my LED lights keep going out?
The most common reasons for LED blowing out are high voltage, bad contacts, use of incompatible dimmer switch, or recessed lighting. Other causes include overheating due to not using the right fixtures, or simply a bad batch of lightbulbs!
Why does my tail lights keep turning off?
Among the most common reasons your brake lights stay on are circuit errors, brake assembly problems, or a low brake fluid level. While some issues are simple to assess and fix, others occur due to unkempt car parts. Here are common ways to fix brake lights that stay on: Check the brake light switch for damage.
How do you reset LED lights?
There is no way to reset it other than unplugging and plugging back in again, usually after a power outage. If you have LED lights that turn on at random times during the day, then this likely needs to be done. Other reasons that you may need to reset your LED strip is if it does not work after being installed.
Why does my brake light work but not my tail light?
The most common reason why your tail lights are not working but brake lights are is due to a bad or wrong type of light bulb installed. It can also be caused by a blown fuse, bad wirings, or corroded sockets or plugs. A faulty control light switch could also be to blame.
Why does my brake light come on and off?
A red light that flashes on and off could signal low/almost empty brake fluid, but also a serious issue with the brake’s hydraulic system. If the light comes on and stays on, you could end up with a potentially catastrophic (and costly) brake failure.