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That's because the LED bulbs draw so little current the flasher relays doesn't know anything is there. You need an electronic flasher relay, OR you need to put a resistor in parallel with the bulbs to draw more power.

I *think* you have a pretty common 2-post relay, or possibly a 3-post relay on your bike, so something like this should work;
https://www.superbrightleds.com/moreinfo/car-install-supplies/cf13gl-02-led-bulb-electronic-flasher/782/

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I would try a Web search for LED flashers. Your question probably does not come up too often at Autoparts stores as others have not switched to LED's yet. I would suggest the company which made the LED units may make a flasher for them.

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Replaced Aprilia rs50 2006 indicators with LED ones + LED flasher relay though they light up but DON'T FLASH?


I am not a electronic wizz but i believe the led's will light up but do not have enough resistance to cause the internal breakers to work.
I found this.
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Hi, Robert_m_fla for this scenario you will need your service/owners manual if you can't find the first and best tool you ever bought for your Yamaha, despair not, for a mere $0 you can download another one. For more information about your issue and valuable "FREE" downloads that you will need please click on the links below. Good luck and have a nice day.
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I just picked up a 2006 gsxr600 but the turn signals dont work, the 4-way flashers still work, and the fuse is good. The guy i got it from said they were working last summer, when he installed new led...


HI, HAS THE OLD OWNER INSTALED A LED FLASHER UNIT? IT MAY BE WHEN ALL 4 FLASHERS ARE ON THERE IS ENOUGH RESISTANCE TO OPPERATE THE OLD RELAY, BUT WHEN INDICATORS ARE SELECTED IN A NORMAL MODE, THE RELAY DOESNT WORK, HAVE ALSO SEEN FAILURE OF THE AFTERMARKET LED RELAYS, IF FITTED REMOVE UNIT AND CHECK THE REAR FOR ANY SIGNS OF BURNING, PAUL

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Hi flasher unit


flasher relay not the problem. leds use power differenty. u need a power converter. can uaually get threw aftermarket shops. try j and p cycles under the metric side.

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Just make sure the resistors are securely attached to the bike. Just supporting them with the connecting wires isn't enough.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

The reason that the flashing speed of LED indicators are faster/different from the standard bulbs is because the original flasher were designed for the current flow of bulb types. A LED type indicator offers very low resistance and consumer very little current hence the original flasher fails to operated correctly.

Your idea of changing the flasher relay is correct. Electronic/LED flashers are available here, here and/or here.

Good luck and thank you for using FixYa.

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Modern Ducatis (and cars) don't have a conventional flasher. The blink rate is controlled by the dash cpu. The blink rate change is used to indicate that a bulb is out (by sensing low resistance). Using a resistor will fool the cpu into blinking correctly.

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flasher relay is not a relay, it was a bimetal strip that heats on current flow, bends, breaks the circuit, cools straightens.
For LED lamps that do not draw enbough current to heat a bimetal, replace the old flasher can with an electronic flasher circuit,
This url http://automotive.hardwarestore.com/87-543-automotive-flashers.aspx shows both the old thermal type and new electronic type and is a place where it can be bought

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