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Old 05-25-13, 07:14 PM   #16
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hi i would like to know what is the value of the potentiometer?

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hmm if you change both front and rear signal light to LED, they should both be very resistance to vibration and has super long life, then why would you care hyperblink? I thought the only harm of hyperblink is shortened life of the bulb, but LEDs will our-run your car by far, is not it?
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Old 05-21-14, 05:27 PM   #19
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Because hyperflashing is silly looking and makes it look like you don't know what bulb to use. You'll notcied many high end cars have full LEDs now but they don't hyperflash. Hypeflashing looks tacky....to me anyways.
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Anyone figure out what flasher is needed for LED's?

I was about to buy all of them on SBL, and experiment, until I saw they were $15 each!
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I'm pulling the trigger on this today. From what I've been able to figure out, this should do it.

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It is located behind the fuse panel under the dash. Will take some work to get to.
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Anyone figure out what flasher is needed for LED's?

I was about to buy all of them on SBL, and experiment, until I saw they were $15 each!
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Old 04-15-15, 11:22 AM   #22
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I'm pulling the trigger on this today. From what I've been able to figure out, this should do it.

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It is located behind the fuse panel under the dash. Will take some work to get to.
That one would not work on my 2005, It's completely different. I ended up returning it. I ultimately found it's just easier to buy the ebay resistors and splice them in using these:
http://www.posi-products.com/posiplug.html
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Old 04-19-15, 05:31 AM   #23
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That one would not work on my 2005, It's completely different. I ended up returning it. I ultimately found it's just easier to buy the ebay resistors and splice them in using these:
http://www.posi-products.com/posiplug.html
You are right. Won't work on the 2007 either. Resistor splice it is.

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