King of Smart Gadgetry
I just got around to installing LED bulbs in my turn signals with white in the taillights and amber up front. I also bought the resistors to eliminate the hyperflashing problem. They are hefty resistors with large heat sinks on them and the wires from them are coated with an extra layer of cloth to protect from heat. Well I installed them and when I first activated the left turn signal it flashed slow for 2 flashes and then started hyperflashing. Then when I tried the right one it hyperflashed. Now the four way flashers blink at the normal rate, so no problem there. I know the resistors are working because I removed the LED bulb and put the incadescent bulb back in for test purposes and the incadescent bulb was noticably dim, so I know the resistors are working. I didn't bother to resistance test them before I installed them, and yes they are cheap China resistors with 102 smd bulbs that are very bright. So now I have very fast blinkers even though I checked the blinker fluid ! Has anyone else had this problem? If so how did you fix it? DCO.