[Healeys] LED Running/Stop Bulbs

Michael MacLean rrengineer.mike at att.net
Wed Sep 20 16:08:39 MDT 2017

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  On Wed, Sep 20, 2017 at 12:13 PM, Bob Spidell<bspidell at comcast.net> wrote:   I've got LED backlights in my instruments--except for the charge/cutoff 
indicator*--and would like to put them in my running/nav/brake lights.  
The correct incandescent bulb is an 1157, and I've found lots of LED 
1157s on the 'net, but they're all neg. ground and my cars are both pos. 
ground (and I'm not interested in changing to neg. ground).  Anyone 
found pos. ground 1157 red bulbs anywhere?   I'm aware you need to 
increase the load with resistors, or change to a solid state flasher.



* anyone know why you shouldn't use an LED here?  I ran one for a while 
and noticed no issues, but Moss and others are adamant you shouldn't do it

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