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turn signals

so i ordered some led bulbs for all my turn signals.. i put them in the back 2 first and checked the hazards and they worked perfectly. then i tried to do the front and after i put on in. i checked the hazards again and they were blinking twice as fast like when one is not working. so i jst took out the front one and put in the reg bulb. but then when i went to check one at a time for the back it would blink fast again. do you think i may have blown out a fuse or what? thanks for any input
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L.E.D.'s present less of a load (lower resistance) so the old 'analog' style flasher see's it as a direct short; thus your twice as fast flashing. The best, and most reliable/safest fix is to just upgrade your flasher relay to a newer electronic version. Problem solved.
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ok sounds good. but do you have any suggestions where to get the relays? thanks
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Re: turn signals

You can also install a potentiometer (aka pot (a knob type of dial)). I have seem a DIY on PP.com


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You can also install a potentiometer (aka pot (a knob type of dial)). I have seem a DIY on PP.com


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Re: turn signals

potentiometer is not a safe fix, you are introducing resistance into the current flow and thusly creating heat. It would be the same as adding a load resistor. It works, but it is NOT the best, or safest, solution.

and 1 relay is a less expensive than two "pots" or load resistors.

What year is your car?
Honestly you can find an electronic replacement relay at any auto parts store.
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Re: turn signals

$9.99 @ Autozone
Part Number: EP34

Turn Signal Flasher | 2001 Honda Prelude 4 Cylinders 2.2L MFI VTEC | AutoZone.com

Only one required, and it takes care of ALL turn signal lights + hazard lights.
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wow thanks. and i know this is stupid but where do i plug this bad boy in
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should be in the under dash fuse block. Pull your service manual, it will tell you exactly where it is.
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i think thats the wrong one bc the one thats stock for 'lighting" has 4 prongs and this one has only 3
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$9.99 @ Autozone
Part Number: EP34

Turn Signal Flasher | 2001 Honda Prelude 4 Cylinders 2.2L MFI VTEC | AutoZone.com

Only one required, and it takes care of ALL turn signal lights + hazard lights.
AND it is "plug n play."
I have LED's in all 4 turn signals and they blink fast when they signal. I knew they would do that and it doesn't bother me and Ive been dealing with it. Then I read this thread and I was going to Autozone anyway so I jotted down the info and part number EP34 and purchased the flasher when I went to the store.

Well it turns out this turn signal flasher EP34 I bought is totally useless. I took your word for it and bought it without looking at what the one in the car looked like first. This one I bought only has 3 prongs. When I found the flasher that is in the car. Upper inside fuse box. Controls all turn signals and 4 ways. It is much bigger and has 6 prongs. I will upload a picture of it shortly, its still just on my phone.
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This is what the OE signal flasher that is in the car looks like:


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so can anyone help me out!?!?!?!? please i really wanna use these led's
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Re: turn signals

Just use them and let them blink fast, that's what I did. Then I saw this thread and thought LilMsPrelude was a life saver, till I found out the part was totally wrong. I think the only way to fix them is to manually wire in a resistor in line with each bulb. The thing is.....I don't know what size resistor to wire in. I guess you can just try different ones in till you get it to blink at the speed you want. I wish there was an easier way too!
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thats ass -______- and i guess ill jst keep the stock bc i dont like the fast blinking
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nice... so, CTLude, you blame me for your laziness and unwillingness to look up your own part? Take it back, and tell the guy at the counter that you need a different flasher.
Take your old one with you, like you SHOULD HAVE done in the first place, and let them help you get the right part. I do not own a 5th gen. The part # I looked up was what the web site suggested based on the information I was provided by the OP.

Get off your high horse... junior.


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LilMsPrelude, It wasn't that I was lazy. I was going to AutoZone anyway for other things and came across this thread right before I left. You had the part number and everything so I just wrote it down. Why would I take mine out first to match it up? You are giving advice to other people telling them what to buy, so I figured you went through it or knew someone that did. And I figured you knew it worked. No big deal I returned it, but did you see the picture of what the one in the car looks like? Its a huge box with 6 pins coming out of it. This is nothing any part store will have a replacement for. (AutoZone sure doesn't} It controls all 4 blinkers and the hazards all In one. more involved than a simple little flasher replacement.
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Sorry,
I was in a bad mood and your post set me off.
My OP in this thread was the solution to his problem, an electronic flasher relay. As a courtesy I did a quick on-line parts search for him. It is NOT that I have replaced a flasher relay in a 2001, that is NOT the point. It is the PROPER fix to a simple problem that I was assisting with.
Older flash relays use the resistance of the lighting circuit to determine the blink rate. They did this on purpose so when one of your lights went out that side (flasher) would blink rapidly to alert you of a problem.
Using LED's presents the flasher with a lower resistance, just like a burnt out bulb, hence the rapid flash. Using a newer electronic relay, that is not load based, takes care of the problem the right way. Without undue heat, aka, a load resistor.

So, we know that the OEM part # is P2034-128012. = $117.86
Mitsuba FR-3501 at statRacing.com - 24/7 Auto Parts Warehouse.

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^^Yes and I agree with everything you said and yes this would have been the simple fix to his problem if it had been the right one for the car. And that Mitsuba FR-3501 one from stat racing dot com is just an OEM replacement. Its the exact same one I have in the car now. What we need is a newer electrical heavy duty one of those to replace it with. If you can find one of those it would be greatly appreciated.
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Hey I figured out an easy way to make them blink normal again.

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