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Fast LED blinker fix, where is it?

I searched and searched but couldn't find the thread that had pictures of the relay taken apart and the right solder section had been drilled out. I did find these threads:

LED turn signals/turbo blinker fix

Need to slow down "hyper" turn signals

but I am looking specifically for the one that has it cut so I can see which one it is.

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The first link that you posted is the thread that I started. Just click on the link in the thread and it will take you to the write-up that I used. It has pictures that show the relay internals.

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Ok, well Mandataco came over and we pulled his flasher relay apart (he did this mod about 6 months ago) just to doublecheck the line I was about to cut. God thing too because I was just about to cut the line that I was "sure it was the right one." We took some pics too so maybe I'll post a pic with an arrow on the line that needs to be scraped. BTW, the reason I was doing this was because my dad's '00 4runner limited has led turn signal bulbs in the back and is waiting to put them in the front because one set of leds makes it blink fast, having them in front and back makes them just be constantly on with the flasher making a really loud buzzing sound (flashing so fast it has the appearance on being steady instead of flashing). So, since I didn't have led bulbs, my dad did (and we almost completely ruined his flasher twice clippiing the wire we were "sure was the right one" but eventually got it working normal again) and Mandataco had them with a working flasher in his taco, we just pulled the taco flasher out of mine, compared it to Manda's flasher, clipped the line, put that in the 4runner, and put the 4runner flasher in my truck. The flasher out of the 4runner is slightly different, but both fit in either truck and work/have the same wattage handlings. The Taco lasher is A LOT easier to see what line to clip. It is very hard to see the chip number on the 4runner flasher.

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