Bulb list for 4th gens

Akorthem4 Ind

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I ended replacing my light assemblies for aftermarket projectors (knock off's of the MORIMOTTO). My original lights were single bulbs (dual function: low & high beams) on right and left sides. The new assemblies are quad projectors. The light output and beam pattern on the low beam saw major improvement. The assemblies came regular H-1 halogen bulbs for both the high and low beams, but I did replace them with brighter bulbs from Autozone.

I wish I could figure a way to have all four projectors light up when on high beams. As it is now, only the high beam projectors or the low beam projectors will stay lit in their respective modes. If both were able to stay lit, the improvement to the light pattern would near perfect. The low beams really light up the area in front of the truck, but when switching to high beams, the distance is great but the area just in front of the truck loses the low beams and it is not so bright. My truck is a 2011 ST. I understand later models don't have this problem.

We have the same truck with the same problems? What did you end up doing?

Also, has anybody tried red LED for the dome light (4410) that was fairly bright and caused no issues/codes?
 

Tahoebronco

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We have the same truck with the same problems? What did you end up doing?

Also, has anybody tried red LED for the dome light (4410) that was fairly bright and caused no issues/codes?
I haven't fix the problem yet. Other members have advised me that I change updated the truck's computer with an Alpha OBD II. I haven't obtained the Alpha OBD II reader yet. Maybe when the individual stimulus check arrives, I'll order it and then be able to program the trucks computer so the low beams stay on when the high beams are activated.
 

joelmic

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2017 Ram 1500 Express Quad Cab 3.6L 4x4 20x9 Wheels
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Time proven footwell LEDs???
I put some big ones in, too long to put the cover plate on... they didn't last, probably cuz they were open to the elements.
Now not only have I forgotten what SIZE the footwells are, but I want a bright LED.

194s????
 
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AE5548

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Time proven footwell LEDs???
I put some big ones in, too long to put the cover plate on... they didn't last, probably cuz they were open to the elements.
Now not only have I forgotten what SIZE the footwells are, but I want a bright LED.

194s????

Yes, 194's.
 

AE5548

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Also, has anybody tried red LED for the dome light (4410) that was fairly bright and caused no issues/codes?

I did a blue LED and it's very bright and no issues or codes on my 18. I know the 18's are far more finicky then 11's I had an 11' and when i did i used one of the cheap ones off ebay with no problems at all. I don't think the computer on an 11' will give you any issues for dome lights,
 

Gixxer750

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2015_2017
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We have the same truck with the same problems? What did you end up doing?

Also, has anybody tried red LED for the dome light (4410) that was fairly bright and caused no issues/codes?
Um, I cut a blue LED OUT OF A STRIP. seriously. Smashed an old incandescent 194 bulb and soldered to its filament leads. Works fine. Even with the outrageous bass. Its like a rave party in there lol

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MADOCCO

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2017
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HEMI 5.7
Incase anyone's looking at these auxito H10 led fogs, the 1 red arrow photo shows product that does NOT fit factory housing on 2017 1500 Big Horn due to the 2 prong plastic tabs (can barely see in photo). The second photo with 2 red arrows shows a different auxito product with the correct single prong tab that WILL fit factory housing. Thought I'd share to avoid making the mistake I made. Some sites state it will fit this particular year and model Rams.
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joelmic

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Has anyone successfully found the low profile LED HIGH BEAMS for a quad light 2017??

I replaced my lows with LED and bought highs, only to find out they stuck out too far, couldn't close the back cover... A year ago I'm not sure anyone found them yet when I talked about this somewhere here. Don't wanna leave my stock crap highs in forever...

THNX
 

Treburkulosis

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I had to find ones that looked like the stock plug. They make them. Check out Amazon 9005 led.
 

Nino

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I did a blue LED and it's very bright and no issues or codes on my 18. I know the 18's are far more finicky then 11's I had an 11' and when i did i used one of the cheap ones off ebay with no problems at all. I don't think the computer on an 11' will give you any issues for dome lights,
If you don’t mind me asking… which blue LED’s did you use? Looking to do the same in my truck in blue
 
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