Question about 2000 Chevrolet Impala
I have a 2000 Impala with aftermarket headlights, meaning more lights on them so now my turn signals are much faster but my hazzard lights are not, how do i fix this?
I believe your aftermarket headlights have leds as your signal lights. They are now flashing faster because your electronic flasher module / unit is designed to measure current resistance to regulate the flash interval. As LED lights draw much less power than filament bulbs, the module thinks the lights are burnt out. Your hazards work on a timer to flash at intervals and does not work on the resistance.
You will need to replace the electronic flasher module / unit with one that is rated for LED. This unit should be under your dash near your steering column and will be labeled. The new one you replace it with should have LED stamped on it.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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