Well I posted a video of my finished turn signals, everything seems to be working well and have over 6000 miles driven with them through about 10 states, not one problem. I would ultimately love to control them from my iPhone, and I am looking into ways of doing this use WiFi or even the cell network (I would incorporate more in to the system if I did this with cell connectivity) I tend to lean to the WiFi system it’s cheaper and draws less power. I might end up switching the system to a keyed power source so it is inactive when the car is off but for now this works.
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