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Old 07-26-14, 07:27 PM   #196
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you don't need to wire. you pull you factory flasher unit and replace it with one spec'd for LEDs.

Pull factory flasher, take picture
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Old 07-26-14, 08:15 PM   #197
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Lol, that's what I told you to do on IG!


Iirc, took me 15mins to swap my flasher to an electric one... Got it at my local parts store, just asked for a LS400 flasher and then asked if they had a electric/Low load version. Sure enough they did and was only ~$10!
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Old 07-27-14, 01:27 AM   #198
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Lol, that's what I told you to do on IG!


Iirc, took me 15mins to swap my flasher to an electric one... Got it at my local parts store, just asked for a LS400 flasher and then asked if they had a electric/Low load version. Sure enough they did and was only ~$10!
might aswell post a picture of where and what to replace! lol
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Old 07-27-14, 09:23 PM   #199
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I'd look around. But shop prices are always high to me. I'm a mechanic at a dealership and it does cost but if you want the job done right that's a ok price. Getting a lot done w it.
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Old 07-30-14, 09:57 AM   #200
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Iirc, took me 15mins to swap my flasher to an electric one... Got it at my local parts store, just asked for a LS400 flasher and then asked if they had a electric/Low load version. Sure enough they did and was only ~$10!
very curious on this electric flasher! what store specifically and what brand if you remember?
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very curious on this electric flasher! what store specifically and what brand if you remember?
I know VLEDs had one, some time back, and SuperBrightLEDs has them too, though I forgot about prices haha.

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Here you go. Cross-referenced the model number from SuperBrightLEDs (CF13JL-02) and found this. $6.49 shipped to you
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