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Bypassing TIPM With Diode Or Relay For Turn Signals And Brakes


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foreclosuremike 
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Posted: April 28, 2023 at 6:53 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote foreclosuremike
Hello all, I believe this is the place to get the answer I'm looking for. I have a dodge ram truck with the fuse box being called a tipm. They are anywhere from 900 to 1600 to replace. A several years ago I had a low beam headlight not working and found the module to be bad. The work around d was to pull the signal from the left side and bi d to the right side. Worked perfect and still does.
Now we have the right rear turnsignal and brake lamp put and I've traced it back to the tipm. I was thinking of adding a couple of diodes and doing the same thing again. However I started thinking a relay .ay be a better option. What I need is a relay for 2 different sources feeding the one light, without back feeding and causing the front right turn signal to come on during the brakes being applied.
Anyone got thoughts if a relay is best or simply a couple of diodes?
Thanks in advance for your help and insight.
Michael waller
foreclosuremike 
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Posted: April 28, 2023 at 6:54 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote foreclosuremike
As additional information it's on a 2007 ram 2500 6.7l cummins mega cab Laramie edition.
Michael waller

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