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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most if not all, blinker circuits, use a standard relay, for 4 light bulbs, devided in two sub-circuits,based upon total current consumption. In other words, to have it working properly, you must always have the same Watts in all bulbs, so as for the current to be strong enough to pull the small electromagnet inside the relay, and make the tik tak. So if you just replace your front blinkers, will be a waste of money, cause either, it will not work, or if you buy the cheapest LED blinkers you can get, you will burn them. My proposal is to buy all four, LEDs, and along with them, replace your relay, with one suitable for LED blinkers. Another option is to get LED bulbs to replace the standard ones, but you got to make sure, they come at the same Watts, as the ones you already have. 99% of such bulbs, are 12Volt/21Watt.
Posted on Aug 18, 2010
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