lol, although it's kinda similar, but this is what we're talking abt
ELECTRONIC LED FLASHERS
We now offer 2-Pin and 3-Pin (1/4 inch spade lug type) LED compatible Flasher Units in this category
You should definitely use one of these instead of Load Resistors if we have one to fit your vehicle
They operate at the correct flash rate with LED or standard filament bulbs
10~15 Volts DC - Flash Rate: 80 per minute
Note that some of these flashers operate silently, they do not make the familiar clicking sound when operating. One solution is to connect a common automotive relay to the output along with your LED bulbs
Also note that these flashers do not replace all flasher units. Before you order, please see the pin outs of our flashers in the table below and compare with the one you are replacing. Click the part numbers for complete spec sheets. You can usually find your flasher pin out printed right on your flasher. Failure to check this and installation in an incompatible vehicle can blow your fuse, destroy the flasher and void the flasher warranty
Yo dj, can you take a picture of the flasher unit for us? so we know what to look for? Thanks man!I have already gone this route and ordered in a stock flasher to try and match it up with the chart on superbrightleds website and they do not have one availible yet.They do not have one on the market in the US.there may be some overseas but i haven't had time to look for them yet.
you dont need flasher for rear brakes, and reverse... just for the turn signal light... yepp.. i dont want to install load eq. as well, as it produces heat... too much heat... well it's easy to solve by getting a heat sink and all, but the space it takes inside the engine bay, i'd rather have a small flasher unit which is not visible....I have not been able to find one that will replace ours, thats the reason for the question.
I'm looking to replace my rear brakes, turns and reverse with LED PCB Boards. I don't want to use resistors because of the heat.
I'm glad you don't care about LEDS, but you would like to find a quieter one , electronic flasher units don't make noise.
So I guess not a stupid question, just a stupid response!
Yo dj, can you take a picture of the flasher unit for us? so we know what to look for? Thanks man!
you dont need flasher for rear brakes, and reverse... just for the turn signal light... yepp.. i dont want to install load eq. as well, as it produces heat... too much heat... well it's easy to solve by getting a heat sink and all, but the space it takes inside the engine bay, i'd rather have a small flasher unit which is not visible....
i just saw the post.I don't have a flasher on the shelf anymore and it's a PITA to get it out of the car.If i get another one in,i will get a pic up asap.It does look close to the toyota design.I have a friend trying to locate a flasher overseas for us.[/b]
That's bullshit.I work for mazda as well and if i recall correctly the flasher retails for around $50.I will post a part number tomorrow with a price.I have ordered one of these in before for my car to get a pin configuration to get one from superbrightleds.com they didn't have one availible with the correct configuration.If i saw it I could tell you which one would work.[/b]