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04-04-2004 10:02 PM
FASTCHEVY LEDs don't pull enough current to make the flasher work. you will need a electronic one that is made for LED use.
04-04-2004 09:53 PM
badknuckles ha cha cha
moved to the electrical forum.
im a phsycic
04-04-2004 09:52 PM
Siggy_Freud
LED Lights not flashing?

I just put some LED taillights in my 66 gmc pickup. THey come on and when i turn my turn signal on the turnsignal element comes on but does not flash. I replaced my thermal flasher with a standard electric one but is there some sort of special flasher or other device that is needed?

Anyone else had this trouble?

Thanks all.

Dylan.

ps. I tried to delete this after I saw i posted it in the engine section. If someone could please move this to electrical I'd greatly appreciate it.

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