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In regards to replacing the blinker bulbs with LEDs, I have also been 
experiencing the fast blink problem and was wondering if anybody 
knows a link or a type/model number for what kind of relay module I 
need to make them return to normal.  Thanks.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Videobob Moseley <videobob@...> wrote:
> You can add a small load resister that will simulate the extra load 
resistance of a regular bulb for a few dollars.
> I have been selling LED bulb kits for many years and this has 
always been an issue.
> For blinkers, they make a relay module to compensate.
> The festoon bulbs are most useful in the hood and engine 
compartment when you are at a car show,
> as well as the interior reading light.
> They now make new festoon bulbs that have 3 or sometimes more 
luxeon chip lights that are extremely bright
> and also in a warmer color to simulate the originals however they 
are pretty expensive at almost $20 each
> considering a regular bulb is about $1.00
> I sell kits for converting your dash lights to LED, the center 
console to LED and other kits too
> but if I had to recommend only one kit it would be the door lights.
> These are easy to replace and will make a huge difference in many 
> If you want to leave your doors open for a few hours or a few weeks 
these will not kill the battery
> like 6 regular bulbs will!
> Since I started selling these LED kits back in 2003 most of the 
other vendors have copied and began
> selling them too, so to stay a step ahead I offer bulbs that are a 
little better than the rest.
> The other bulbs being sold have 4 or 6 tiny LED's bunched together 
like a little flower to make one bulb.
> The bulbs I sell now have 9, yes count them, 9 tiny colored LED's 
to give the maximum brightness and
> light distribution inside the holder.
> You can maximize that by painting the black inside of your bulb 
cavity white or silver for more reflection.
> I have had some customers replace all but the headlights with LED's 
allowing them to leave the running
> lights on at car shows, very impressive for night shows!!!!
> If you are interested in any of this PM me or visit my club site at 
> - Videobob
> VIN#5278
> To: dmcnews@...: davidrucker11387@...: Fri, 28 Mar 2008 22:08:54 -
0500Subject: Re: [DML] Re: LEDS-INTERIOR
> Because older delay units worked on the amount of current to heat 
up a wireinside to cut off the lights just like the blinky bulb for x-
mas lights.Sense LEDs pull 1/100th of the current it takes that 
little wire 1-2 hoursto heat up to the cut off point instead of the 
30-45 seconds it normallystays on.Dave6410On Fri, Mar 28, 2008 at 
9:30 PM, thefrewe <terryfrewen@...> wrote:> Why do you need to remove 
the white delay module?>>> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <dmcnews%
40yahoogroups.com>, "Tom Tait"> <TTait@> wrote:> >> > And if you 
install LEDs in the courtesy lights you need to remove> your white 
delay module in the relay compartment.> >> >> > -----Original Message-
----> > From: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <dmcnews%40yahoogroups.com> on 
behalf of> daviddelorean> > Sent: Sun 3/23/2008 11:28 PM> > To: 
dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <dmcnews%40yahoogroups.com>> > Subject: [DML] 
Re: LEDS-INTERIOR> >> > I woulnd't recomment LED's for the interior 
courtesy lighting. They> > aren't that bright and they are pure 
white. It's not a 'warm' glow> that> > you're used to. I did my 
binnacle lights all LEDs and it's awesome.> > Tried the interior 
lights and it wasn't so great.> >> >> >> >> > [Non-text portions of 
this message have been removed]> >>> >[Non-text portions of this 
message have been removed] 
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


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