I assume you're talking about the front indicator bulbs. Have a search for indicator bulbs on here, there are several threads showing the correct bulbs. I don't know what type they are off hand, only what they look like. They're basically larger capless bulbs, but with a small end the same as 501's.
To be honest Lewis, you'll likely find it easier and cheaper to just buy the correct bulbs instead of finding a suitable indicator relay module. If you want to fit led bulbs, have you considered fitting load resistors in parallel?
The oem indicator relay is electronic.
I run CREE led lamps all round - very sharp and bright.
I opened the oem relay and changed the value of the load-sense resistor, from around 0.1 ohm to nearer 1 ohm.
Easy enough job.
NO THERE IS AN 'OPERATING' WINDOW' caps sorry.
As i did my repeaters even, i did need to add a couple of small resistors to them, 47ohm from memory - as the 'buck-converter/constant-current drivers' on cree led's present no resistive load at all on 1st power application, and the flasher unit didn't like that and would not work.
But that only applies if you go 100 percent cree led.
it really is very easy.
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