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Old 02-24-2007, 02:45 AM   #51
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sorry again lol

read what i added on to the post above lol
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sorry again lol

read what i added on to the post above lol
oh i c lol ...

check your PM ... please
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and here you can see how much i have done with my car with LEDs


Here is what my Dual Color LEDs look like i have
http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fu...eoid=684274324

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This is a Strobe flasher i installed.


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and here you can see how much i have done with my car with LEDs


Here is what my Dual Color LEDs look like i have
http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fu...eoid=684274324

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This is a Strobe flasher i installed.


that really koo was that hard to install
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Old 02-24-2007, 01:41 PM   #55
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nope, not really, Just bought a LED strobe flasher from Ebay. "Shu-Me"
and had to cut into the Rear and front Blinker wires. about 1 hour job or so.
You do need to hook up a relay though to separate the two rear blinkers, because they are tied together.
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Let'* stick to the topic please.

And PLEASE make an effort to use proper spelling, grammer, and punctuation.

this topic iz reely hard to reed cuz theres so much speeling problims in it.
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ok will do.

the funny thing Wren, i could read the perfect


Far as LED Bulbs go...

The 194'* LED Bulbs you can buy on that site are the same as mine, our Wiring is the same, and mine work. So you should have no problem when you get them.
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The reason I'm being so demanding about this is because other people have to read this. Or WANT to read it to learn something or be able to help.

You guys have a RESPONSIBILITY to use proper spelling, punctuation, and grammar, especially in the TECHNICAL sections of this Forum.
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phoenix_flame220, Yes he could build a full wave rectification circuit, But wouldn't it be easier to buy one at radio shack for two dollars? Then once you get to that point who'* going to teach him to solder? Yes, a rectifier will correct the current problem in the system, But it is probably a little above the OP'* head, and not good advice to give out to someone just starting off.


The best advice for this OP, in this situation is bandits' advice to buy a bulb with the circuitry already built in.
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Sorry Will :( I will try harder in this post for now on.

Dame,
Yes, that is 100% right.

This whole thread is not about what 100 diffrent things you can do to fix one problem.
its about what is the best way to do it, while also not having to mod the stock wiring or socket when there is no need to.

and that one and only way is to get the right Part.
Thats it, all there is to it.

let this whole thread big one BIG hard to read misspelled lump of, "just dont go out and buy any LED bulb with out checking" warning
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