E90 LED Tail Light Anti-Flicker Installation Guide




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broderp: For anyone who doesn't know, those type of crimps are CRAP. They work by slicing into the wires. This compromises the wires ans allows moisture or corrosion to start over time. Also due to their design, they typically get brittle and are notorious for coming loose and causing an intermittent connection. For the best connections you would have to carefully remove a section of the wire insulator and solder the filter in place. Then using a shrink type electrical tape, wrap it carefully to seal it back up. I have had this method hold for over 20 years with no issues.

Tee S: Guys, just get Carly for BMW app and adaptor and you can disable the bulb check (which makes them flicker). Also the app will read errors and give you coding ability all from your phone.

quaztron: I'm so disappointed in the car manufacturers. They share the same LED lights, running at 100% intensity for brake lights and turn signal, and ~50% intensity for running lights, which is reasonable. But they make the ~50% using PWM (pulse-width modulation) at low frequencies. If you move your eves at night, the pulsing LED taillights make dotted lines across your field of vision. It is cheap, ugly, and a disgrace. They need to either use a much higher frequency, or (better) send 50% current at 100% duty cycle (little more than a series inductor and a flywheel diode changes PWM into smooth DC). I hope later-model cars are made smarter. It's so annoying, people buy after-market add-ons to correct the deficiency in their cars. Rotten lousy car manufacturers. (I should track and mention the specific rotten ones by name. Every time I see the dotted-line taillights, I want to smash them out with a hammer.)

Luis Orduño: HID Canceller? is the same product?

Scott Shannon: Mine flicker when brake is applied, half of the black is lit and the other flickers . This is what I need I'm guessing??

LRRVintage: what is anti flicker??

Sami Mlijy: Can you send a link for these modules

Andrew Tsang: Any chance you still have these for sale?
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broderp: For anyone who doesn't know, those type of crimps are CRAP. They work by slicing into the wires. This compromises the wires ans allows moisture or corrosion to start over time. Also due to their design, they typically get brittle and are notorious for coming loose and causing an intermittent connection. For the best connections you would have to carefully remove a section of the wire insulator and solder the filter in place. Then using a shrink type electrical tape, wrap it carefully to seal it back up. I have had this method hold for over 20 years with no issues.
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E90 LED Tail Light Anti-Flicker Installation Guide