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Led bulb for turn signal, help?


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The faster flash rate is a function of the flasher relay that tells you that there is a bulb out. The problem with LEDs is that they draw MUCH less power than regular incandescent bulbs. So when you replace a regular bulb with an LED, the flasher thinks the bulb has burnt out and switches to the fast flash mode to warn you. It won't hurt anything, though if you still have regular bulbs up front, they'll burn out faster.


You can get a flasher that won't do that. I don't have the info handy at the moment, but there's a how-to that has info on where to get one and how to install it. It's pretty easy to do.

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