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"turn signal on" message on DIC??

"turn signal on" message on DIC??

Postby ddog96stmamn [OP] » Jul 22 2013, 2:24am

so its been a while but ive had this message on my DIC, it says "Turn Signal On" not sure what it means, but ive recently installed all led lights but i put in the resistors as well so they dont flash fast. it started giving me that message after i installed leds, so im guessing thats it. but if anyone can tell me how to get rid of that, that would be awesome! thanks
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Re: "turn signal on" message on DIC??

Postby robfriedenberger » Jul 22 2013, 8:30pm

Usually leds dont consume as much power as incandescent bulbs, thus not showing current from the relay as "breaking", thus giveing you the message on the DIC, I dont know of any fix, this is a common issue.
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