Hi, I'm hoping to get some guidance on an unusual electrical need. Here goes... I have a 67 Mustang with turn signal indicator lights in the hood, I bought LED sequential lights to replace the original ones. Problem is these require constant 12V to sequence properly, the short bursts of voltage from the flasher relay do not sequence them properly. I'm wondering if a capacitor would solve the problem. These only consume 0.09A (each) @13.8V. Could a capacitor receive the short bursts from the flasher relay and put out a constant 12V? If so, which one or two would I need? Sorry for the unusual long question, thanks in advance. Mark
November 02, 2021
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