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Indicators running to fast. new relay fitted but didnt solve problem

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A simple and cheap effective way to solve this is add an old incandesent dual filiment bulb connecting the ground common and each of the filaments tone to the left and the other to the right, this will solve your problem without adding resistors that heat and burn out.

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Sounds like you have installed LED turn signals in place of the original incandescent ones.

You will need to install resistors in line with each LED turn signal to slow the flashing down back to normal.
"Trackside" products makes a load equalizing resistor for use with LED turn signals.

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