flasher relay man... i have the custom led board and a el12 variable load flasher relay to replace the stock one, normal blinking rate = goodyoda said:I will answer ya here, so everyone can see...
First of all, if you want a switch on them , you would just install a switch inline on the circuit.
Are you going to have your stock blinkers on the line as well? If so, you won't need the resister to slow the blink rate, if not, then you will. If you need it, I can see about going and pickin some up, I haven't done that yet, but I can. If you need them, add $10 to the cost. Other places charge $20, building them yourself is of course ceapest.
if you are doing them like me, and have a taillight integrator, as well as the LEDs...well, you are just stuck with whatever blink rate that gives you! haha I haven't found a way to slow it down yet
Yes, I will give you instructions how to hook it up to your system, you have to be sure to tell me what year, and what setup you will have when complete. Stock blinkers, other LED blinkers, taillight integrator...taht kind of stuff.