Introduction: Fix Hyper Flash or Hyper Blink LED Lights on Motorcycles

In this instructable video, I installed two load equalizers to address the issue of hyper flash or hyper blinking turn signal lights. In a previous episode, I replaced my stock signal lights with mini lights along with my fender eliminator. The mini lights only consumed 2 watts of power, tripping the motorcycle's 'burnt light indicator' or 'hyperblink' (or flickering) to notify the rider that one of the lights need to be replaced.

Tools:

  1. socket wrench
  2. sockets
  3. pliers
  4. electrical tape

I left the footage of my struggles for others to understand those electrical clamps that came with the load resistors. The same LED fix will work on some automobiles, not just motorcycles.

I only post DIY projects on Instructables, so if you want to see my other motorcycle videos, please visit my channel at http://youtube.com/BrownBrady. Thanks for watching.

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