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Hi Guy,

I'm newbie. I want to change all of signal light to LED, but need to change electronic sgnal flasher also to avoid hyper flash.
So do you know where is signal flasher location in Orlando.

Thank for your help!
 

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Thanks Mod. Already done!
 

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That was quickly done. Well done.
Maybe you could explain exactly the requirement and the task as it may assist other members.
As I am interpreting your post, you wanted to change the external flashing indicators to LED's which then made the flasher control unit flash too fast. Have I interpreted that correctly? I dont have an Orlando but usually the 'flasher unit' is mounted up under the dash I believe.
Your modification (if that is what it was) may assist others.

The reason for asking the Year/variant/engine is that models progress in technology during the production life and an answer which applied to the early models might not be applicable to later variants.
 

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The flashing indicators are controlled by the body control module (along with the sidelights, headlights, brake lights, interior lights and all the other things it controls). Looks like you have to use load resistors in the circuit to avoid hyperblinking.
 
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