Hi all, Recently, I ordered the Clear/RED LED Tail Lights. These are the ones which are LED Tail/Brake Lights and normal globes go into the indicator and reverse lights. I received them yesterday and I must say - the product quality is excellent, the packaging was unbelievable and the delivery was fast all the way over to the Croodile Land of Australia! I installed them within 10 minutes of the courier delivering them and was VERY happy Doing Business with Mot has been a pleasure. Thank you Mot. Today, I had to go for a 2 hour drive into the country for Christmas Day(our family has a house on a property - so I went to use the cruise control and it was dead... I thought at first, I must have knocked a connector off recently when working under the dash or blown a fuse - then I recalled Mot mentioned to me in a PM that some people had experienced issues with Cruise Control which I had written off at the time. So, tonight when I got home, I checked all fuses - no problems there, then I swapped one of my rear lights back to a factory one and bingo, the cruiser control worked... So the only thing I could think of is that the cruise control is getting ground from a standard globe where as a LED light is like a diode and wont be grounded when turned off - The cruise control uses the brake light to sense when you touch the brake pedal. So, I spliced into the white wire(black stripe) which is ground and the Green Wire(blue stripe) which is the positive for the brake light and connected that to a small 5W standard globe. I then used liquid tape to waterproof the solder joints and found that it was small enough to fit nicely behind the brake light assemble just at the bottom of the box shape under where the brake light LED's are. Secured it there with electrical tape and went for a test drive. It WORKS! So a 5W Globe for a dollar and 2 x 3 inch pieces of wire, some electrical tape and solder and 10 minutes of your time and it is a fix. The other option would be to use a 5W resistor - not sure about how much heat it would generate though... I imaging that would not be an issue... probably a better option since if the globe blows, I will have to replace the globe - where as with a resister, it wont "blow" like a bulb - so I will try that option when I get some more time. Just thought I would let anyone else know that may also have this issue. By the way, Merry Christmas Everyone!