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1991 Suzuki Bandit blinkers come on but don't blink!

I have a 1991 Suzuki Bandit and the blinkers come on but don't blink. I have the two original blinkers on the front and two new LEDs on the back. Before I replaced the blinkers on the back one side blinked but the other didn't. Any suggestions?

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    yadayada May 12, 2010

    has the flasher relay been replaced?

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I think you need to match the entire set either way.....you may have damaged the LED ones because of the larger current from the other ones......they are voltage / current sensitive. OR you need a special LED module to place with the LEDS

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