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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-12-2010, 07:34 PM Thread Starter
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I'm new to this site so I'm not sure if this is the right forum for this question. I recently bought LED taillights form Anzo USA that were supposed to be plug and play, however the plug doesn't match my cobalt. I've never wired anything but there are only three wires coming from the cobalt and four wires from the light to it's plug. Here are some pics, any ideas? Thanks for the help.

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you need to plug that into the stock harness as if it were a bulb.

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and I'm thinking this might not be the correct section but oh well.

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that did the trick, thanks a lot.
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no problem, glad to help
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Yep. These housings are just plug and play. The stock plug screws right in like it does in the stock housing.


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I can't screw mine in, every time I do the light won't work. I then have to un-screw it, unplug, then plug it back in and leave it in the trunk of the car. I've been driving it like that for a few days and they seem to be working fine.
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I just installed mine today.
They are just plug and play like they say.
And they look great.
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my right taillight just stopped working, now the LED part won't stay in the stock plug. thinking I'm gonna try to zip tie it till I can do some troubleshooting.

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Make sure it's pushed in all the way. They have to snap in the plug.
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