For More Info visit us at: http://1aau.to/h/cGd/ Do you have really fast blinking directional lights after installing nice new LED headlight bulbs in your car or truck? In this video, Len shows you an easy fix for the hyper flashing, and explains the problem behind it! The most common cause is the flasher relay, which depends on a specific electrical current from halogen bulbs to function properly. If the current is too low, the relay flashes faster, thinking a headlight bulb is burned out! Because LED lights draw far less electrical energy than halogen bulbs, this may cause the relay to flash quickly! Check out this playlist for more great tips from Len and the other 1A Auto mechanics!
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