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    Default Electronic flasher for LEDs

    So I've had led switchback turn signals for a year now, and I've had to live with the issue of really slow blinkers since.. finally broke down and searched around for which flasher will work with our cars since I've heard they are picky and don't like a lot of flashers. So on ls1tech I've heard multiple good things on ef552 flasher... bought one on eBay for 3.99 and 2.99 shipping. Got a message from the seller saying they are out of stock, could give me one step up or wait 2 weeks to restock. Kinda told them the story on picky fbodies and they told me that wasn't made for leds and suggested the EF32RL. And that they would send me that one which is more expensive for no extra cost. Got it shipped really fast. Even with 1 resistor on and one unhooked, my blinkers blink at normal speed, it sounds good and installation was easy. It did come with an extra wire that needs to be attached to a ground, necessary for led bulbs... the seller explained why to me. Hooked that up to a bolt/nut under the kick panel. Nice and quick. Very satisfied.


    EF32RL on eBay. Sold by memetronics llc.... great customer service, works great for led turn signals on fbodies, and simple to install.

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    Very good information. When I finally go to LEDs I may do that.

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    I bought mine off of No sound though when the turn signals are on
    This flasher will work for LED turn signal in the front AND the back
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