I have a 2015 Chrysler 200s and I bought xenon led bulbs for it and I hooked them up as instructed and as the car was running for about a min the lights turned off so I turn the lights off and turned them back on and the led came back on then turned off again after a min. Does anyone have any...
The 2015 uses the BCM to drive the headlamps. It monitors for over-current (short) and under-current (open). It can store lighting fault codes. If the BCM thinks that the fault might damage the circuit, it shuts down power to that circuit for protection (much like a fuse would). It will restore power if the circuit is normal & after an ign off-on cycle.
The LED circuit current-draw must match the original lamps. Since LEDs draw less current, a parallel load (resistor) must be used to try to match the original lamp load. Typically 6Ω? The resistors will get hot & screwed onto sheetmetal to dissipate the heat. Keep plastic wires & components away. It will mimic the draw of the original lamps and hopefully keep the BCM happy.
You may have a different beam pattern & you may or may not like the results.