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Old 11-17-2018, 05:09 PM
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So when all my lights are off and key is on the blinkers work great. When I turn my lights on the dash has two solid green arrows. All the lights function as they should except for my front left blinker (driver side). I installed LED lights all around, blinkers, head lights, break lights, reverse lights. They all work just fine except for my front left. I installed a new flasher switch for LEDs and nothing. I checked the fuses and they are good. if I wiggle the turn single handle down slightly I will get the front left blinker to go off and come back on but will not constantly blink.

Is this a multi-function switch issue or an ohm resistor issue possibly, same fix for hyper flash?
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So when all my lights are off and key is on the blinkers work great. When I turn my lights on the dash has two solid green arrows. All the lights function as they should except for my front left blinker (driver side). I installed LED lights all around, blinkers, head lights, break lights, reverse lights. They all work just fine except for my front left. I installed a new flasher switch for LEDs and nothing. I checked the fuses and they are good. if I wiggle the turn single handle down slightly I will get the front left blinker to go off and come back on but will not constantly blink.

Is this a multi-function switch issue or an ohm resistor issue possibly, same fix for hyper flash?
You probably need relays or resistors specifically for using leds.
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So when all my lights are off and key is on the blinkers work great. When I turn my lights on the dash has two solid green arrows. All the lights function as they should except for my front left blinker (driver side). I installed LED lights all around, blinkers, head lights, break lights, reverse lights. They all work just fine except for my front left. I installed a new flasher switch for LEDs and nothing. I checked the fuses and they are good. if I wiggle the turn single handle down slightly I will get the front left blinker to go off and come back on but will not constantly blink.

Is this a multi-function switch issue or an ohm resistor issue possibly, same fix for hyper flash?
I am thinking that your side markers are not working/blinking all the time. Maybe this will help you out.

https://www.cherokeeforum.com/f67/le...000-xj-246749/
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