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Old 01-20-2010, 05:28 PM
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LED's and turn signals!

Ok so I bought some 7440 size LED light from superbrightleds and when I plug them into my turn signals my blinkers flash twice as fast. What could it be? Has anybody had this problem?
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Re: LED's and turn signals!

Only everybody who has ever put LEDs into their turn signals.

LEDs have a lower resistance than incandescant globes, so when hooked up to the flashing system they flash faster. You need to wire in a resistor to slow down the flashing.
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Re: LED's and turn signals!

How do I do that!? ^^^
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Re: LED's and turn signals!

I actually did that to my S2000.
I like the fast blinking. It is sooo
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Noting bad will happen from this though.
You will be fine.
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I actually did that to my S2000.
I like the fast blinking. It is sooo
JDM Yo !!!

Noting bad will happen from this though.
You will be fine.
Well I'm not a big fan of the fast blinking. So that's why I want mine to keep the normal blinking. But how do I get it to blink normal again?
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Is there a DIY on how to put a resistor to stop hyper flashing?
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Re: LED's and turn signals!

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Is there a DIY on how to put a resistor to stop hyper flashing?
Did you search the DIY section? I think there would be but I don't feel like looking.
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Re: LED's and turn signals!

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Only everybody who has ever put LEDs into their turn signals.

LEDs have a lower resistance than incandescant globes, so when hooked up to the flashing system they flash faster. You need to wire in a resistor to slow down the flashing.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but the reason they flash faster is because the circuit thinks that there is no bulb or a blown bulb. I know that when a bulb is about to go or has blown they will flash really fast...

Anyways, hope you can get it worked out man. Should be a fairly simple fix.
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Yo! Thanx man this was very helpful! +1!!!
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Re: LED's and turn signals!

Not a problem, Please do note that if you are utilizing led blinker bulbs in front and rear you will need four resistors. If you are only using LEDs in the front or the rear only two are necessary.
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Re: LED's and turn signals!

Could also modify the flasher relay, either by adding a potentiometer (can adjust delay) or gutting it and replacing it with one of those electric relays that LED places sell (same delay no matter what load).
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Re: LED's and turn signals!

a New Electronic flasher is the BEST option. And in the long run it is cheaper.

The problem with a load resistor is heat, and early failure.
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a New Electronic flasher is the BEST option. And in the long run it is cheaper.

The problem with a load resistor is heat, and early failure.
is this good? Off eBay? How many do I need? And it says just plug and play so it sounds good to me.
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Re: LED's and turn signals!

one turn signal flasher, make sure you get the right pin set.

e-Bay is okay, but it would cost about the same, and be quicker, from your local Auto Zone.
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3 pin Electric LED 12V Flasher Relay Fix Turn Signal#84 : eBay Motors (item 380187097334 end time Feb-08-10 18:22:00 PST)

are these good? What pin set do I need?
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Re: LED's and turn signals!

hmmm im considering doing that cuz i like the fast blinking turn signals. i like to make lane changes quick and in washington you can get pulled over for not lettin ur turn signal blink 3 times before changin lanes....retarded i know but its a law. and so itd be a cheapy way to prevent some statie from pullin ya over.
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Re: LED's and turn signals!

Although I will agree that an electronic Relay is a great option as well I would use BEST very loosely as both have their pros and cons. I will leave that for a later date and different thread.

For electronic relay yes that will work fitments pretty much the same in almost all Japanese vehicles. I will also say Tridon makes a well spoken part via what Ive seen on other forums and they are SAE and DOT approved, Also carry a warranty but it is all in opinion.
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What's easier to install? Electric relay or resistor?
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Where exactly do you connect the electronic relay!? Is it just plug and play? Pictures?
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Although I will agree that an electronic Relay is a great option as well I would use BEST very loosely as both have their pros and cons. I will leave that for a later date and different thread.

For electronic relay yes that will work fitments pretty much the same in almost all Japanese vehicles. I will also say Tridon makes a well spoken part via what Ive seen on other forums and they are SAE and DOT approved, Also carry a warranty but it is all in opinion.
this is on topic.. Please, state your reasons why BEST [option] is not appropriate. I am just curious.



Lemme help:

1- One unit to install. Literally plug n play and it controls ALL the turn signal lights, regardless of the differing wattage. vs. a load resistor, you will have at LEAST 4 to install, including cutting wires and splicing it in to the light circuit

2- Relay = No Heat issues. Load resistor = Hi heat situation at each light/structure. Continued excessive heat = early failure.

3 - Cost. A electronic relay can be found from $10 to $18.
A load resistor is, at the CHEAPEST I found, is $7 x 4 = $28.00
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Where exactly do you connect the electronic relay!? Is it just plug and play? Pictures?
DOWNLOAD the users manual in your gen specific forum. It will give you all the details you are looking for.

You have to do some of the ''work'' yourself my friend.
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Ok well thanx for all the help! Ima go with a relay.
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