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Old 05-22-2015, 03:02 PM   #1
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I have a 07 f150 and I recently replaced my rear brakes with led bulbs. Just today I did the switch back leds in front and I also wired the resistor with it. My issue....I still have hyper flashing. So do i need to do resistors in the back as well since those are leds?
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Yes, any blinking light will need a load resistor.
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Ok will give it. Try then
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On the 07's you can just switch the flasher relay
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On the 07's you can just switch the flasher relay
What and where is the flasher relay. I have never heard of it.
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Its an EP27 and its located under the dash, behind the steering column.You are going to have to get on your back and "feel" for the clicking when the turn signal is on
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Its an EP27 and its located under the dash, behind the steering column.You are going to have to get on your back and "feel" for the clicking when the turn signal is on
Ok. I imagine an EP27 IS What I'm actually replacing with a bigger version of itself. I can google what they look like so I don't pull some random switch. Do you know what I'm replacing it with?
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