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LED turn blinks fast

Old 09-21-2017, 01:07 AM
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LED turn blinks fast

Ok have western hauler bed changed out the tail lights to 6" LED lights now have the fast blinker problem its a 3500 2006 DRW is there a flasher relay on this truck and if so where is it I had the same problem on my 2001 1500 put a flasher for LED and solved it can anyone shine some light on this for me
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No flasher to change out. It's all done in the computer. I tried the resistors but kept burning them up so I made some mounts under my bed behind the rear tires and used oval incandescent sealed beam stop/tail/turn lights. Makes a neat glow from under the rear of the truck at night and I no longer have to worry about fast blinking turn signals.
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