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post #1 of 22 Old 02-06-2013, 09:50 PM Thread Starter
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LED flasher relay

I am getting ready to install my autosmart led's and tested them out before drilling the hole to see if i need a flasher relay i have heard about. I DO. Anyways what is the part# for the appropriate relay for an 01 tj. i saw stu's buddy has one for around $40 but i thought there was a cheaper option.


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Tridon EP-26

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You can pick them up at any auto parts store for under $20
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Is it really the triton 26 I also read to use the ep 15 or some other one maybe that was for yj's

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I've used this on two separate Jeeps now
http://www.genright.com/ProductInfo....ductid=LED1300
On my 05 the EP-26 didn't work, didn't even try it on my 06.

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I've used this on two separate Jeeps now
http://www.genright.com/ProductInfo....ductid=LED1300
On my 05 the EP-26 didn't work, didn't even try it on my 06.
Didn't work? In what way? It should have.

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Is it really the triton 26 I also read to use the ep 15 or some other one maybe that was for yj's
Yes. The 15 is for YJ's.

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Signals still flashed fast

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Signals still flashed fast
I believe there is an LED and non-LED version.

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ah **** well i paid for the tridon ep-26 and it is being shipped here today for pickup at autozone. i now read stus writeup on the ralay mod and how this will only work for 97-2000 jeeps am i out of luck as i have an 01 or has other had it work 01'-and up

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Anyone?^^

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Anyone?^^
Use the 26

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Gold Coast Distributing makes a flasher that works. Contact them or Savvy sells them too.

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Go to www.offroadelectrical.com and e-mail or call them. They will get back to you in a reasonable amount of time, and will be happy to help you out. It doesn't matter if you buy anything from them or not, they will help you get things going.

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Gold Coast Distributing makes a flasher that works. Contact them or Savvy sells them too.
EP-26 is way cheaper.

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