When you apply the brakes with the turn signals on, the relays alternate the power supplied from the brakes and turn signal. I experienced this with my setup as well. I removed the relays from the system because I shipped the TB back to the US. It has to go through Customs & DMV inspections, so I went back to stock. When I get the TB back, I'm going to reinstall the relays, but I'm going to draw the power for the turn signals upstream from the flasher module under the dash. Once it's finished and working correctly, I'll draw up a diagram and post it.So I got these relays wired up for quad brakes and turns......I got hyper flashing while using my T/S and applying the brakes, how do you correct this??
:yes: That is correct.so if i understand this correctly the middle/signal light will also be a running light when you are driving so all 4 light would be on when you are just driving and it would still function as a blinker too? and the top lights would still be running/brake lights?
Quad tail lights don't require any relays or diodes. Those are used for quad brake & turn signals. Which is another thread. There are numerous posts regarding the mod.One quick question do I only need 2 relays and 2 diodes? Or is that all I need for only one side to be like this?
Yeah I understand that they are separate mods, but I plan on doing both of them. I'm just not exactly sure if doing the relay mod in one tail light would also affect the other?Quad tail lights don't require any relays or diodes. Those are used for quad brake & turn signals. Which is another thread. There are numerous posts regarding the mod.
You must use the 5-pin relay. Even though they may look the same, they have opposite functions. Pin 87a is normally closed, while pin 87 is normally open. When the solenoid is activated, then 87a opens and 87 closes. You want to open the circuit to the brake light while the turn signal circuit is closed.My local Radioshack only had 4 pin relays and I am wondering does it matter if the relay in 4 or 5 since we are only using 4 pins?
87 and 87a look basically the same so on a 5 pin relay where it connects to 87a couldn't I just connect it to 87 on the 4 pin relay?
Thanks to who ever can answer this question!
Feedback...anybody... :worried:I'm in the process of doing the quad light mod and thought about using the extra contacts from the spare board on the reverse lights. I would solder a jumper wire between the 2 positive contacts and another between the 2 negative contacts. This way, both filaments of the bulb would come on when going in reverse. That would really light up the way while backing up on those dark country driveways.
May question here is: is this a good idea? or will it draw too much power, or will the smaller filament burn out quicker, or is there something else that I am missing here and that is why I haven't seen anybody do this yet. :thx