I performed this in a 2000 Ford Crown Victoria with 100% success. This Ford uses a light-control module similar to the SAM. The idea is not mine, I found it on the Ford forums. It simply challenged a Ford owner to find a way to eliminate hyper flashing without resistors. The idea is simple and all it requires is identifying the cables going in and out of the internal flasher and cutting those cables. On the cables all it requires was installing a LED flasher and problem solved. All it does is bypass the internal flasher or flashers (would require duplicate installations in a Smart Fortwo). The (Ford) design is here for smart users to help me identify what cables I need identified to continue with this. Another modification just finished and working 100% requires buying a DRL switch on eBay. I now use the aftermarket fog lights as DRLs by wiring the DRL switch to the battery, ignition, fog lights, hand brake (acts as switch) and to the high beams (turns off fog lights when using high beams). I can explain the later if somebody is interested.
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