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Old 01-19-2004, 07:03 PM   #1
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Question Turbo blinkers.....

Well this is what happend i got in an accident and messed up my font end just a little...so i had to get a new grille and desided to get a eruo one without the marker lights. Would not having the markers lights cause my blinkers to blink 100mph...haha its almost kind of funny?
What can i do about this?




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Old 01-19-2004, 07:15 PM   #2
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Yeah if one bulb (front or rear) is burned out or not operating, the other light blinks really fast so cops and other people know you have a turn signal out, maybe theres some kind of cap or piece you can plug in that would eliminate that? Or maybe you could just leave bulbs in and hang them somewhere out of sight, or relocate
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Old 01-19-2004, 07:30 PM   #3
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yeah i was thinking making a mount inside somewhere you can still see the blink from inside the grille.But also, so you could see it blinking for left or right but you wouldnt be able to see it see the light bulb itself...
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i wonder if theres a way to turn the fogs into turn lamps...The plug for the markers has 3 wires and the fogs have 2...think theres some way of making it work?
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Microtonol has stated this b4, there must be a load on them to kepp them from doing this, for instance i took my bulbs out, however the turn signals in the ST170 headlights kept a load on it so as they didnt go haywire
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