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scottryan 08-23-2021 11:21 AM

Right turn signal dims out a bit
 
I currently run TOMs tail lights with stock BRZ (2013) headlights that have an LED turn signal mod on them. The flasher relay I currently use is a DiodeDynamics tap-turn module.

It's been fine for 2 years but lately when using the turn signals, the right one would go on normally then dim for a split second, at first I thought it was my tail light bulbs, but the front is doing it too as well as the lamp on the cluster.

There is no hyperflashing, just slight dimming when the signal comes on. This issue doesn't happen when the hazards are on which is what led me to believe it's not a bulb issue.

Any advice is appreciated here, thanks!

humfrz 08-23-2021 03:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by scottryan (Post 3459152)
I currently run TOMs tail lights with stock BRZ (2013) headlights that have an LED turn signal mod on them. The flasher relay I currently use is a DiodeDynamics tap-turn module.

It's been fine for 2 years but lately when using the turn signals, the right one would go on normally then dim for a split second, at first I thought it was my tail light bulbs, but the front is doing it too as well as the lamp on the cluster.

There is no hyperflashing, just slight dimming when the signal comes on. This issue doesn't happen when the hazards are on which is what led me to believe it's not a bulb issue.

Any advice is appreciated here, thanks!

Looks like a job for @soundman98

:thumbsup:

soundman98 08-23-2021 09:17 PM

i would pick up a replacement led flasher first-- easiest to replace, and if it's front/back, the most likely culprit.

scottryan 08-29-2021 07:38 PM

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Originally Posted by soundman98 (Post 3459358)
i would pick up a replacement led flasher first-- easiest to replace, and if it's front/back, the most likely culprit.

Thank you, I actually have the relay from the TOMs lying around, will throw it on and see if it's the culprit. I appreciate the help


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