Electronic flasher to provide proper current intermittency for LED taillights and turn signals in your Jeep. Easy to install (instructions included).
Converted to Metalcloak fenders&LEDsignals. These lights require a electronic flasher to work properly.
I installed flat fender flares on my Jeep Wrangler and thus needed to relocate my front turn signals. I did so by installing flush-mount round LEDs. A friend highly recommended this LED Flasher. Easy install and a must have to keep your turn signals from flashing really fast. This item works great with LEDs on the front and standard lights on the rear. Wiring took a few minutes, because the wire colors don't match the wire colors on my Jeep. After a bit of trial and error (switching wires around) I figured out the wiring. Very happy with this product. Only wish it had come with wiring instructions for a Jeep Wrangler. =)
The flasher makes all turn signals plug and play with LED including the center brake light. The only oddity is when the headlights are on both turn signal indicators in the dash stay lit. That's not a problem, it actually helps me notice when I forget to turn off the turn signal after a slight turn or lane change.
98 TJ SE 2.5L I installed rear LED S/T/T, marker and reverse lights. Everything works but the signals blink really fast. Will this flasher correct the problem without additional wiring?
Asked by Kevin from VA on
Hi Kevin, Yes, this flasher is designed to remedy the "quick blink" issue with LED upgrades and does not require any additional wiring. Thanks for the inquiry.
Answered by Jim G from VA on
1999 Jeep Wrangler Sahara. Does this take care of the front turn signals also for LED? Is something else needed besides LED bulbs?
Asked by Michael from United States on
Hello Michael, this Poison Spyder Custom LED 4 Pin Flasher and the led lights is all that is needed. Thank you!
Answered by Bob H from United States on
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