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where is locate the flasher in the 2005 altima

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There is no flasher in you 05 Altima. The turn signal and hazards are controlled by the Body Control Module (BCM)
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On the 2005 Altima can the BCU be adjusted to allow LED bulbs flash at the proper rate?
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The BCU can't be adjusted. You'll probably have to install load resistors in the bulb circuits.
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Thank you for the information is there a specific type/size of resistor to use in the flasher circuit, DCJ
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Usually a 6 ohm/50 Watt load resistor is used for tail lamps/turn signals. For mini wedge base bulbs or sidemarker LED bulbs, a 25 ohm/25 Watt load resistor is used. They usually run about $5 each. Just Google "LED load resistors" and you'll find them.
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Followed your advice found the resistors have ordered, thank you Dcj
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