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Old 09-20-2013, 10:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Y2KFirehawk View Post
but is it FULLY ELECTRONIC ?
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Old 09-22-2013, 04:12 PM
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Originally Posted by sjsingle1 View Post
but is it FULLY ELECTRONIC ?
Looks it to me...? http://cecindustries.com/user/_ProdF...?editid1=EF552
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Old 09-23-2013, 01:47 AM
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i really cant tell from the pics......look anything like the insides of the NON electronic EL12?
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Old 09-23-2013, 01:51 AM
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just looked at the PDF of the product release announcement .............says it is NOT LED compatible LOL

the EF32SS-R IS a LED compatible flasher...........
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Old 07-31-2014, 09:44 PM
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Bump. We need a good info thread on this....
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Old 10-16-2014, 02:15 AM
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Default Keep it Clean flasher does not work with all LED

Originally Posted by pancho toco loco View Post
Hmm maybe I need to give the EF12RL a try. When my lights are off my turn signals works fine but when there on the switch backs dont always seem to flash the amber. Idk im running the EL12. They just seem to work better when the light are off.
I have exactly the same problem, and my Keep it Clean "No Load Flasher" does not do it. It works when the parking lights are OFF, but hangs when the lights are ON.
I will now try the CEC Industries EF32RL two pin flasher with a third ground wire.
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Let us know how the EF32RL works. I am close to getting Leds for the rear.
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After reading through the thread ive tried a 552 a el12 neither work so just bought the ef32rl should be here the 22nd I have full leds in front and rear
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Old 10-18-2014, 01:22 AM
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Originally Posted by 86_irocz-28 View Post
After reading through the thread ive tried a 552 a el12 neither work so just bought the ef32rl should be here the 22nd I have full leds in front and rear
oh man, glad i read this before ordering one.. hopefully the one you got will work.
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Old 10-19-2014, 05:23 PM
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So I just did all LED on my 02 WS6, front blinkers, side markers, and rear tails. Left blinker operates flawlessly but when I do the right it makes all my lights flash, all four blinkers, fogs, tails, side markers, even my dash and radio. I have the 552 Keep-It-Cool flasher ques. Are the flasher ques the problem? Any help is needed and greatly appreciated!
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Originally Posted by EvilWS602 View Post
So I just did all LED on my 02 WS6, front blinkers, side markers, and rear tails. Left blinker operates flawlessly but when I do the right it makes all my lights flash, all four blinkers, fogs, tails, side markers, even my dash and radio. I have the 552 Keep-It-Cool flasher ques. Are the flasher ques the problem? Any help is needed and greatly appreciated!
That would be your problem I used the 552 and the el12 either it wouldnt work or it just wouldnt flash

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I received the two ef32rl(one for blinkers one for hazards) wed got them installed this morning and glad to say they work awesome noise is just as loud as factory blink just fine hazards work as well for those who wonder what leds im using autozone(my work) just got in a new line of tower styled leds(red,amber,white) in the most popular bulbs(3157/6,1156/7,168/194) anyways there not to bad expensive and the light output is great no hot spots and yes the leds are in an 86 iroc but every last piece of the wiring harness interior/exterior is all from a 00 t/a
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I just received the CF12ANL-01LED flasher from SuperBrightLED.com and still doing the same thing. Why is it turn all the lights and the dash and siders and everything on? That's where it has me most puzzled. I even put the stock flashers back in and the left blinker hang open like it should nc or to little resistance but the right does actually pop bc all the light's are supplying enough resistance to pop it I'm assuming. Help.
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<<<@[email protected]>>>

im going to say because its like the 552 and ef12 its just a flasher probably a more heavy duty one put it still only has the two prongs as where the ef32rl has the two prongs as well as a ground wire i plugged my two ef32rl's in didnt work till i wired its ground heres the link to ebay where i bought mine great seller to
http://www.ebay.com/itm/400740074640?_trksid=p2060778.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
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Originally Posted by 86_irocz-28 View Post
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im going to say because its like the 552 and ef12 its just a flasher probably a more heavy duty one put it still only has the two prongs as where the ef32rl has the two prongs as well as a ground wire i plugged my two ef32rl's in didnt work till i wired its ground heres the link to ebay where i bought mine great seller to
2 Prong Electronic LED Compatible Turn Signal Flasher Relay EF32RL Round 25 Amp | eBay
Can I use the EF32RL or Grote 44891 for full LED's with sequential tails?
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Yes they'll work as a regular flasher. I've discovered the flashers weren't causing any of the issues I was experiencing. It was just a buld. Moved a few and replaced one and now all is good. So for ***** and giggles I tried the original 552's I bought, then the EF12', and lastly the EF32RL's and they all work properly. I will be doing the sequential next, just dont believe it will be possible to adjust the speed as the electronic flashes are going to flash at the same rate.
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Originally Posted by EvilWS602 View Post
Yes they'll work as a regular flasher. I've discovered the flashers weren't causing any of the issues I was experiencing. It was just a buld. Moved a few and replaced one and now all is good. So for ***** and giggles I tried the original 552's I bought, then the EF12', and lastly the EF32RL's and they all work properly. I will be doing the sequential next, just dont believe it will be possible to adjust the speed as the electronic flashes are going to flash at the same rate.
That's what I'm afraid of.
Doesn't the newer mustangs have sequential LED taillights? Would they have a flasher that we could modify to use?
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Anyone here had any luck with EVERYTHING working correctly (even cruise) with a flasher) for FULL LEDs? What flasher if so. So many posts and no solid answers....fml
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