Is there a flasher relay?
As the title suggests, I am currently in the process of replacing all bulbs with their LED equivalents. I of course now have hyperflashing turn signals, and I'm wondering if there is a flasher relay I can swap, in order to stop it? I'm hesitant on resistors because I read they get very hot, enough to melt plastic. Not to mention it defeats the purpose of the LEDs low power consumption and heat emission. I'm not particularly worried about the front ones, since I can tuck the resistors away somewhere on the frame, but on the rear taillight housing there isn't very much space, nor ventilation for the load resistors.
I'm thinking there is no flasher relay since the signal volume can be changed electronically :\
If there isn't and anyone has any suggestions on where the place the load resistors on the rear lights, I'd be happy to read them.
Ultimately I'll literally count how many flashes per second occur, and if it doesn't exceed the legal limit, it's staying as it is.
Edit: It appears to flash at 180 FPM which is illegal in Washington :\
Last edited by McDunkinY; 10-06-2018 at 02:08 AM.