I am having a small issue. I bought some LED running/turn signal. Basically a HI/LO function. I strung a set of 7 lights together in parallel. The ground and LO (running lights) are all wired together. There are two sets of 3 lights wired separately from each other on the HI side for left and right turn signals. When the lights have power to the LO side, the turn signals work properly right and left light separately. When in day mode, running lights off (LO has no power) and you give power to the HI for either side, they all light up (will provide pictures with 2 lights as a small scale representation of what is happening).
I did some tests and figured that if either the LO or the HI are joined but have no power applied and power is applied to the other they all light up.
I know they are back feeding through the joined LO side. Why? Idk they shouldnt be.
My question is if I stick a diode on the LO side of each light will this solve my problem? If so what diode? (The ones that can be wired inline are highly preferred)
White is ground.
Black is LO
Red is HI
First pic ground and LO connected and 1 red HI connected to power (hard to capture on camera) but its lit and brighter then the other side.
Second pic. Ground and 1 red HI connected to power the LO are connected together but not to power, yet they both light up?