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JohnSix

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Hi folks,

Flasher relay playing up, I have LED's with the load resisters. I have looked for a relay for the normal bulbs but can only see LED versions available, so the question is will the LED relay still cope with the load resisters or I will have to remove them all.

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Just had another look and the LED relay is rated 0.02 - 20A so I think it will be ok, unless anyone knows better .

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Just had another look and the LED relay is rated 0.02 - 20A so I think it will be ok, unless anyone knows better .

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Sorry I can’t help with actual specifics mate but my LED relay seems to flash at the correct speed whatever I wire into it!
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I got mine from Tiger Racing
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https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/274347517825

Adjustable relay worked for me after fitting led lights.

You can set to what you like, simples......
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Thanks Steve,

I got one of Ebay, however it didnt work with the load resisters for some reason, since I have found an old one for standard bulbs in the shed and that worked.

I suppose I could bypass the load resisters and try the Ebay one again.

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You may have to change the connection layout for the Ebay one. I had to switch from left to right due to feed being in wrong place. I just popped top off old relay and worked out what needed to go where.
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Thanks Steve,

I got one of Ebay, however it didnt work with the load resisters for some reason, since I have found an old one for standard bulbs in the shed and that worked.

I suppose I could bypass the load resisters and try the Ebay one again.

John. 
 


I was thinking this a couple of days ago. 🤔
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Hi Steve,

Good shout, did you just move the wires over from the back of the relay connection.

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Fixed, was what you said Steve just moved the connectors over.

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