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Hyperblink- load resistors-relays

Need to know if anyone has experienced any electrical malfunctions due to installing 7443 LED blinkers without load resistors to prevent hyper blink. I personally dont mind the blink but i dont want to cook my relays/harness etc. Anyone?
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Re: Hyperblink- load resistors-relays

i don't believe so, but maybe you should wait for confirmation
my understanding was that the hyperblink is part of the circuit design to alert you that one of the bulbs is burnt out.

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Re: Hyperblink- load resistors-relays

My main concern is damaging any of the electrical components including wiring and harnesses due to overdraw/overheating.
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Re: Hyperblink- load resistors-relays

Don't think you are going to overload the system. You could always just install a load resistor inline with the signal to kill the hyperblink. Would need one per corner. Mount them where they don't touch anything, they do get warm.

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Re: Hyperblink- load resistors-relays

You won't destroy anything. Someone else on the forum had it for a while now, and the hyperflash doesn't bother them.
But... if it was me, I'd add a relay and fix it. It bothers me -_-"
And yes, they get very very warm. There's a side compartment near the lights or fender liner area, that's where I'd mount it.
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