Re: [DML] Re: Interior courtesies delay unit interaction with LED bulbs
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Re: [DML] Re: Interior courtesies delay unit interaction with LED bulbs

Try a turn signal load equalizer from, for example,
(it's at the bottom of the page)

And you can look at your friendly auto parts store for "load inducers"
(without "lamp outage indicator"). Other people have used them with
some success. Example:

Yes, I checked the archives.

Farrar Hudkins

On 1/20/08, David Rucker <davidrucker11387@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I encounter this same problem with my 84 Dodge Daytona when I went with LED
> turn signals and tail lights. When you hit the turn signal the light came on
> and took like 45 seconds before it would blink. So I got a constant time
> relay I dont drive that car anymore I can pull the constant time relay out
> and find out what makes it constant and then engineer it into the light
> delay unit. I should be able to get to it later this week as I am going to
> be finishing up my DeLorean in time for the show.
> Dave
> 6410

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