Theres this....if you dont mind paying $25 in shipping!!!! booohttp://www.exledshop.com/d.i.y-parts/connectors/hyundai-kia-oem-tail-lights-connector-6p-male-and-female-set-copy.htmlWe need a simple plug-n-play harness (w/box) that allows us to go back to stock (if desired). It could be an option when purchasing the LEDs. Well worth the "no fuss, no muss" if priced right.
Hmm. So if you use this harness and wire it up color-wise as per the other poster's diagram, it's pretty much plug-n-play, correct?Theres this....if you dont mind paying $25 in shipping!!!! booohttp://www.exledshop.com/d.i.y-parts/connectors/hyundai-kia-oem-tail-lights-connector-6p-male-and-female-set-copy.html
Plug and play for the outside lights...you just have to tap two wires on the inner trunk light for the jumper wires...(posi-taps make it simple).Hmm. So if you use this harness and wire it up color-wise as per the other poster's diagram, it's pretty much plug-n-play, correct?
Good! Glad you got it to work.So I was finally able to get this done! The diagram Scott gave me after looking at it and looking at mines it was the same diagram except the black wire is actually white. What I had done wrong was I didn't cut the 2 wires from the inner taillights to run the jumper wires, after doing so the module works perfect !! I realized this after watching one of the videos up here where there explaining how to wire it, either way thank you again for the diagram Scott !
Sorry wasn't able to see this earlier. On another post I posted the wires for the 2014-2015I have a late model 2014 and I believe the connectors are a little different than what has been mentioned here on this thread.
I purchased the led mod and I need some help. I have read the optima forums and I haven't been able to match my set up and connectors to what has been state on the forums. So with that said, I hope you can help me. I have attached pictures of everything I have.
On my drivers side I have two connectors one that comes from the side panel (the input wires I presume).
Drivers Side Input Wire Colors:
Green with a Black Stripe
Blue with an Orange Stripe
I have another line that DOES NOT connect directly into the input wire.
This connector has 3 wires that I believe control the Led part of the light and the brake light that lights up when you touch the break.
The wire colors are:
Black with Yellow
The two connectors I have mention do not directly plug into each other. THey each plg into the light fixture itself,
See Picture called, "drivers side".
View attachment 185514
On the passenger side (see "passenger side" attachment), same set up, but different color wires,
Drivers side input wire colors:
Brown with black stripe
And the other connector that plugs into the light as well has:
Black with Yellow
Here is passenger side:
View attachment 185522
The trunk lights See trunk "attachment" (the middle lights that are on the trunk part) have connectors as well and each side has:
Black with Yellow
View attachment 185530
My LED mod (picture attached)has 4 wire on the ex side (input side) yellow, white, black, and red)
And on the output (led side), 3 wires, red, white, and black.
View attachment 185626
I have attached a picture of what my tail lights look like as well for reference.
View attachment 185538
Can you help me?
Here is what RxDriver did to fix his issue, sound like the same issue your having.Hello,
I noticed in a thread RxDriver posted in during January that he were having trouble eliminating a form of hyper flash with the Diode Dynamics module for the Optima signal mod.
I am experiencing a similar issues, except the only time I get a hyper flash is when the brakes are applied with my signals on. Everything else works fine.
I noticed Yooshaw talked about this in a Cadenza post also, so I am hoping either of you may be able to offer some guidance about how to eliminate the hyper flash in my signals when I apply the brakes.
Any help is really appreciated!
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Tailight as Turn Signal Mod
Alright. Finally had time to fiddle with this today. This little module is confirmed and it will work with the OEM LED tails. I basically followed the guide of the ExLED Turn signal module install. Instead on this install, all you cut/splice is the brake and turn signal into the input side of the module and then the single wire on the output side will splice into the brake light (inner and outer). I used a 6ohm load resistor and tapped into the turn signal wire with the input wire of the module, then ground it to a taillight bolt on the body.
I would say most people could figure this out in about an hour if you have played with the connectors and lights back there. The hardest part is getting clean connections and wiring that is clean. Let me know if you have questions. For $20, its a pretty quick and easy mod and the company is a great bunch of guys (from Stl :thumbsup.