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You need to use an adjustable flasher relay. If you still have a double blink after relay, install a dash indicator bulb with an external ground wire. You don't need resistors. I had the double blink until I installed the new dash bulb. BoltOnBits carries the dash indicator bulb.
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Bumping old thread.

Hey, Adam... do you have more info on the dash inductor bulb? I searched for that item on BoltonBits eBay store, but couldn?t find it.

I have a set of LEDs with the adjustable relay from BoltonBits, but having the 4way blinker issue. Thanks!


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You need to use an adjustable flasher relay. If you still have a double blink after relay, install a dash indicator bulb with an external ground wire. You don't need resistors. I had the double blink until I installed the new dash bulb. BoltOnBits carries the dash indicator bulb.
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Thanks, Robert!
My truck appears to be in 3rd scenario, needing resistor/ballast.
I noticed a couple things in my truck , all the LED signals were working correctly until... this weekend, when i placed the ARB bumper signals with LED’s. After which, all signal would flash. The bumper lights were originally incandescent bulbs. So, replacing them with LEDs likely removed resistance that was there before.

For the resistor, ive seen both 25w and 50W, at 6ohm.
A 25w resistor should be more than enough, right?
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I am no expert, but Moss has the correct resistors, so check with them.
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