LED turn signals blink very quickly
Hey Guys! I have a 2015 QX60 and have swapped virtually all bulbs inside and out to LEDs (except headlights and brake lights). So far, ALL the swaps are good ones and look MUCH better. I decided to finish off everything by swapping out the turn signal bulbs front and back to LED. Not because any of them weren't functioning, just for the sake of knowing I did all that I could. But didn't consider the difference of halogen vs. LED ahead of time and now the stupid turn signals blink real fast, like they would if one bulb was burned out (I checked, and no all LED bulbs do work). Oddly the hazards blink at a normal, slower pace. I am sure it is because of the lower resistance from the LEDs. But somewhat surprised it doesn't affect the hazards similarly. I am not real interested in splicing the wiring to add a resistor to the circuit to resolve. Probably should have thought about this ahead of time and purchased more expensive bulbs with built in resistors to prevent this altogether. But, now they're all in and I really don't feel like taking them all back out, returning to amazon, and buying new to put back in. Anyway, I guess my question is: is there a way to set the frequency of turn signals somehow that I am missing? or am I probably going to have to just get used to the rapid blinking?
on the plus side, the LEDs that I put in there were the correct bulbs on the first try purchasing LOL and they are SUPER bright and look great