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LED taillights

I just installed LED taillights to my G6. And I can get the turn signals, 4 ways, Brakes and reverse light to work. they work fine with or without the headlights on. But i cant get the rear light to work with the headlights. I dont want to be driving at night and no one can see me until i brake. Can you guys help me out with this problem?

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Your reverse lights dont work or stay on? Im confused...

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My reverse light and turn lights work fine. But the rear lights i need for night time driving doesnt work. I just need to know if that how LED lights work or am i doing something wrong?

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I think its that Typhoon intake..... lol

Ask these guys (if you bought the same thing) clicky here

Allot of LED stuff has tight harnesses. Make sure your wires are snapped in real good.

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You do not need to use the small plug on the unit - I found that that is what was causing the fuse to blow. Just plug in the main plug, and you should be good to go.
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