If the LEDs were just installed, you may need to also install loading resistors. The TIPM needs to see a certain amount of lamp current or it will set open or shorted lamp codes and shutdown the circuit for protection.
LEDs draw a fraction of the current used by incandescents and may not play nice:
So I tried changing my fog lights on my 2016 Chrysler 200s with LED's to get rid of those halogen lights and for some reason they keep flickering. I've tried 2 different brand bulbs and they still turn off when I turn on the engine. Any suggestions on how to fix that issue?
If the sales code for LED or HID headlamps can be downloaded into the TIPM, it may accept the lower current load without having to add resistors?