60 Series OEM Flasher Module - Modified for LED Blinker Bulbs
Looking to upgrade your 60 Series truck lighting to LED but worried about the blinker bulbs causing a hyperflash situation? Cruiser Trash Parts safely modifies original flasher modules so LED blinker bulbs flash at the correct USDOT-approved speed. No aftermarket modules dangling around under your dash, no wonky speed issues, just a seamless Teq-quality solution. Options are available for both the 60 and 62, see the drop-down menu. This is a core program, please read below for the details.
If you are searching for the right LED blinker bulbs, we recommend SuperBrightLEDs 1156-A27-T. These are amber 1156 bulbs with a brightness of 310 lumens and a current draw of 220mA. Make sure to select amber and get four bulbs (or two 2-packs).
Please note this is a core program! A core fee will be automatically added to your cart at checkout. After purchase we will ship a modified flasher to you right away and you will be responsible for sending in your current flasher module withing 30 days to get the core fee refunded ($45) and to keep this program alive. The modified flasher will be sent with the return address and we suggest using USPS First Class Package service for an economical way to return your old flasher. This is currently for the OEM part numbers 81980-22070 or 81980-16010 only. You must verify that this is the flasher you have. The flasher we send will not work if yours is different, and you will not get a refund if you send in any other type of flasher - including the new reproductions on Amazon, eBay, etc, with that number on them. Only original OEM correct flashers in undamaged condition will be accepted. Be careful removing the flasher as there are plastic lock tabs facing both the back and front of the truck that are difficult to get to. Use two small flathead screwdrivers, and remove some of the extraneous relays to get a better angle on things. Or just drop the entire relay/flasher bracket by removing a couple 10mm bolts.
This modification keeps the circuit intact and doing what it was designed to do. This is not a simple "remove one resistor trick" that can cause extra stress on other electrical components. The circuit was reverse engineered and analyzed, and the modification was designed to keep the functionality and safety 100% intact while changing the speed.