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On a 2005 Toyota Solara is there a direct replacement for the turn signal hazzard flasher to accommodate led bulbs?

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I'm not certain what the above answer had to do with your question.

If there's a direct replacement flasher for your car you'll find it on this website: http://www.superbrightleds.com/cgi-bin/store/index.cgi?action=DispPage&Page2Disp=%2Ftail-brake-turn.html

near the bottom of the page. Just compare your OEM flasher with the samples on the page.

Another method used by some who've switched the Gen 2.5 LED tail lights into the Gen II housings is a simple load resistor. A 50 watt, 6 ohm resistor will allow your OEM flasher to work properly. The resistor tricks the stock flasher into thinking the incandescent bulbs are still being used.

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