No Hyper Flash 25W High Power Amber 1156 CAN-bus LED Replacement Bulbs For Car Front or Rear Turn Signal Lights (No Load Resistor Required)


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$39.99
SKU 20-088-Amber
  • Exclusive iJDMTOY design! US patent pending front/rear LED turn signal light bulbs, plug-and-play installation without adding load resistors and no hyper flash problem (Replace OEM BA15s 1073 1093 1129 1141 1156 1159 1295 1459 1619 1651 1680 7506 7527 P21, etc)
  • ONLY good for front or rear AO (Amber-Off-Amber-Off) type turn signal light use (Can't be used for both front and rear together)
  • Powered by 135 pieces of 0.2W Amber LED chipsets with a gorgeous amber glow, true 25W output, just like OEM BA15 incandescent bulb, but with 3x brighter lighting output (approx 1000 lumen)
  • Special IC controller inside, so the LED bulb will turn off after 4 seconds; You can only use it for turn signal not driving/DRL lights

This page features the pair of 25W high powered amber CAN-bus LED replacement bulbs to work as turn signal lights!

The LED turn signal replacement bulbs feature a no-hyper flash design without external load resistors. This makes for a simple plug-N-play installation process, a simple item to work with without the clutter of a load resistor. Each LED turn signal light bulb is powered by (135) 0.2W amber LED diodes to create a gorgeous amber glow that is three times brighter than incandescent light bulbs (approx. 1000 lumen). It also features a special IC controller built in, so the LED bulb will shut off after four seconds to retain its longevity.

The exclusively designed LED turn signal replacement light bulbs are 1156/BA15 sized and are made to fit the front or rear single filament socket AO (amber-off-amber-off) turn signal housing (Can't be used for both front and rear together). These are NOT made for driving/DRL use. The LED turn signal CAN-bus bulbs may still cause error messages to pop up in some Europeans cars.

Please visit Indicator light LED bulbs FAQ/tech support for more detail.

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