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Hello All,
After further testing, investigating, etc. It seems I jumped the gun.

IF-
you never use the hazards and don't intend too- then go ahead and swap the EP-27 in place of the factory flasher relay. It does slow down your flashers when you are running LED tails, front TS indicators, etc.

IF-
you want to retain the hazards- DO NOT REPLACE THE RELAY.


IF- you have already replaced it. I hope you didn't throw the old one away- or just never use the hazards, because you will blow two fuses. One under the hood and one in the interior fusebox. Not sure the number of each fuse, someone else may be able to post that.
**YOU WILL NOT HAVE ANY TAIL LIGHTS IF YOU DO NOT CHANGE THE FUSES**

Finally,
My apologies for the confusion,
looks like I was only half right.

Oh, well, I guess the quest is on again for a relay that will do the job.
Personally, I'm looking at a simple mod to the factory relay.
If it works, I'll post the details.

Thank you to everyone who 'discovered' the problem, because it didn't happen in my car until I went out, bought another EP-27 and put it in.
Nice work in de-bugging this mod.

Take Care,
CC.
 

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Ever find a fix for this? Is there enough room to wire the stock relay in to run just the hazards, and the EP-27 for the turn signals?
 

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I modified my stock relay with info from srtforums. The blink rate is a little faster than I'd like but it works.
You just scratch out the fast blink/ dead bulb circuit.
 
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