I am guessing that it is related to the fact that LED lights don't
draw much current. Maybe they don't draw enough current to activate
the original flasher. I think it depends on current to heat a
bimetallic strip. A solid state flasher should not care.
On Sat, 22 Aug 2020 10:53:25 -0700, you wrote:
>Can someone explain to me why Moss catalog says ? LEDs should not be used for
>turn signal indicators? I have already replaced my gage lighting with LED,
>which work great but I don?t know why the turn signal indicator green colored
>light can?t also be an LED. It is simply an on-off light that should not be
>affected by the lower current draw. What am I missing here? I am using the
>original flasher. Thanks, Ron Fine 61Bn7
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