I bought these type of LEDs for my car interior: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01J0ZO0V0/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1).
- LED Type: 31mm 5050 6-SMD.
- Width: 15mm
- Length: 31mm
- Cross Reference: DE3175 DE3022 DE3175 3022 3021 3175 6428 6430 6461
It was suppose to be a plug and play but after a while I noticed a minute pulse of intensity and it is quite irritating.
I know a fix would be to mount a resistor but for SMDs I have no clue where to solder it. I had no luck on the web or my car forums.
May I get some advice on how to: 1- Methods to stop the slow gentle pulsation? 2- Where to attach resistors and or volt regulator to this SMD? (The two methods that I now know of to approach this problem) 3- Will this ruin my car's electrical system if I just put up with the SMD LEDs being fed with more power than they need?
I am a total greenhorn at this but I am willing to learn. Thanks for your time!