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tai_mai_shu
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tai_mai_shu Sep 28, 7:54am - #286255 

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How do you do this?

does anyone know how to make your turn signals blink faster? confused

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Style Sep 28, 7:55am - #286256 

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Heard about people change the bulbs but some wrong connected wire could make that happen too!! That's just a piece of advice wtf
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tai_mai_shu Sep 28, 8:05am - #286257 

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hmmmm...can someone tell me that wire?

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jjgts Sep 28, 3:46pm - #286258 
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check this website out man www.hyperblinker.com this will be better than riging it incorrectly looking at fire hazard that way
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isaac Sep 28, 4:30pm - #286259 
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i heard that a higher wattage bulb would do it...

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ToiletPaper Sep 28, 4:36pm - #286260 
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change the relay
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superderk Sep 28, 4:58pm - #286261 

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i changed my bulbs on my prelude to led bulbs...they ended up blinking hyper. my friend also did the same for his cougar and it did the same thing. also someone told me if you use a dual filament bulb instead of single that it would do the same thing. but the turn signal was dual filament i thought already. im too lazy to go look.

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ghostingcelica Sep 28, 6:25pm - #286262 
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u can get a hyperblinker relay or just loosen the wire <---cheap way
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isaac Sep 28, 7:11pm - #286263 
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Originally Posted by superderk
i changed my bulbs on my prelude to led bulbs...they ended up blinking hyper. my friend also did the same for his cougar and it did the same thing. also someone told me if you use a dual filament bulb instead of single that it would do the same thing. but the turn signal was dual filament i thought already. im too lazy to go look.


I can confirm this later today... I have a few dual filiment bulbs that need to be tested tongue

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xxmonkeyboixx Sep 28, 9:46pm - #286264 

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relay would do it but also an led bulb blinkers would. i had the relay before but now i just have to led...

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lee43 Sep 28, 11:39pm - #286265 

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How would you make a led bulb blink normal?
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trdcelica13 Sep 29, 12:17am - #286266 
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go on ebay, they have relays that can make it blink faster or you can get one that you can control how fast it blinks.

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tai_mai_shu Sep 29, 1:50am - #286267 

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so a dual filament will work?... is that the bulb with 2 things on the bottom of it?

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Psquared Sep 29, 1:57am - #286268 
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This is a big thing on motorcycles b/c everyone puts LED's on them. Just putting LED's in there WILL make them blink faster b/c the load on the relay is a lot less than a 5 watt bulb = faster blinking. If you put LED's in but want to keep the slow blink rate, you have to wire in a resistor (radio shack) to even out the load on the relay to maintain the same flash rate. Or...yes, you can change the relay.
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xxmonkeyboixx Sep 29, 2:56am - #286269 

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dont kno how to make an led blink slower but i kno if you have a fast relay and an led, it will make it blink really fast hahah. found that out through experience. decided to take the relay out because didnt wanna get a ticket for it...

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xxmonkeyboixx Sep 29, 2:58am - #286270 

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oh yea btw...led blinker will only make your turn signals when signaling left or right faster but if you use your hazards it will be as slow as stock...

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