Originally Posted by Caniac14
Ok cool. Is this in the same little red box posted a few replies earlier?
And is the box easy to open, do I need to take care opening it?
Oh, Yes, for both. But you need to remove the trunk liner some though.
Originally Posted by RA40
Title changed. A definite addition to the FAQ.
Thanks for the change, Mike.
I only have introduced the way to disable the function to detect the open tail light or the reduced current.
There is also a way to modify without disabling the function. This can be achieved changing the current sensing resistors shown in the photo at my first post. There are 3 sensing resistors which generate the minor voltage drop. The voltage drops are monitored by window comparators and when the voltage is out of the range, the error signal is generated.
Changing those resistors can keep the function on, but you need to do some experiments. Depending on reduced currents, you have to use matched resistors. Some LED tail lights consume the energy 1/5th and some 1/20th like mine which has high efficiency LEDs for industrial use. Depending on the reduced current, you need to select and use matched resistors.