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The load is definitely different to the flasher module. You should be able to locate a module suitable for the LED replacements to get normal operation back. Just change the flasher module to a solid state unit.
Posted on Oct 31, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It would probably be easier and a better idea to just get the correct bulbs.
The use of the wrong bulb can cause the flasher to flash too fast or too slow. Turn signals on American cars use either a 1257 or a 1034 bulb, which are interchangeable. A 1257 bulb draws more current than a 1034, however and if it is used in place of a 1034, the flasher will flash faster. If a 1034 bulb is used in place of an 1157 bulb, it will flash slower.
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
your socket may not be grounded properly, I have seen this before, and the simplest way to fix is change the socket with a new one.Not another used one it may also be bad.
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
SOURCE: starter location on 1997 Nissan
the starter on my 97 200sx is in the bottom-back-middle (a real pain in the a$$ location). spent about 6hrs doing it myself. btw I would suggest not buying a "cheap" starter like I did and had to replace it 6 months later.
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
the flasher is behind the dash where the steering column goes. It's hard to get at and harder to remove. They just can't make these things easy, can they?
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
These cars have a problem with this. I would replace the socket you a quality bulb and some bulb grease. This should give you alot of bulb life
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
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