This line in your post is the clue 'i did notice for 5 seconds the turnsignals do start as they are supposd to then all of a sudden they will hyperflash'. The reason they look OK during the first few seconds is because the LM Module has not reached the point that it is cold checking the bulb's resistance. (Cold checking meaning it is looking for filament resistance of a standard bulb). It's odd you do not get an error message, but let's leave that aside for the moment.Hi Allan
Hope you are keeping well, Thnaks again for your helpful understanding and insight into this issue i am having
i really do appreciate it!
Today i tried again for several hours with serveral new Diodes .... But still the car is suffering from Hyperflashing
One thing i did notice was that the car dont show any errors ???? is this supposed to be correct
The lights still work perfectly with hazzards... just not as turn signals
i did notice for 5 seconds the turnsignals do start as they are supposd to then all of a sudden they will hyperflash
i just dont know how to solve this problem - I have followed the diagram exactly
Today i even tried to wire in a resistor on the circuit - 7w - 47R, This didnt even solve the hyperflash, maybe i needed more resistor!
im not too sure anymore --- both sides are producing the same problem -
any further advice is gratefully appreciated
Thanks! I've gotten everything out and have the wires from the new center console Aux in the connector. Was just waiting on conformation that the MULF wasn't an issue for me. I've been scouring this and a couple other posts at each step. At this point I just need to get the center console out to put the new piece in the armrest.Correct on the you haven't coded yet, so the menu should be as you describe for now. The MULF is not a factor for you. It's another module that does not come into play when you replace your TCU with the Combox. (actually they are one in the same on your MY as is mine). You'll be removing the TCU and replacing it with the Combox. I assume you have the wiring changes required. Some wires will no longer be used and will hang free (in case you're wondering). The TCU is located behind the rear seat on the drivers side. The rear headrests come out with an upwards strong lift which will push the headrest rod through a thick hairpin like spring that latches them in an indent on the headrest rod itself. (cab only instruction).