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Old 05-29-2015, 05:23 AM   #11
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LED by definition is polarity dependent.

I read the saturnfan's post; my conclusion is that

1) I agree that the 4 terminal rectifier mentioned by pacman should work, 10A, 15V rating, IF you can supply 12V (not 6V) at each light AFTER the DRL module output.
So you would install pacman's 4 terminal rectifier AFTER the DRL output. But you still need 12V at each bulb. I suppose the easiest way to do this would be to put in a DC-DC converter w the same 10A 15V rating to go from 6V to 12V on that output. Then wire the DRLs in parallel so that what happens at one happens at the other ---a 12V potential drop with the correct polarity to light the LEDs.

That's about all I have for you, with no schematics, armed only with theory, analysis, and a SWAG or two.

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