The fast blinking of LED turn signals is called hyper-flashing. It occurs due to the incompatibility between old car electronics and new LED technology. The hyper-flashing can be easily fixed by installing an additional resistor or relay.
Do LED lights flicker before they burn out?
LEDs only provide light when an electrical voltage runs through them. If this voltage is not constant, flickering will happen. This only affects LED bulbs because others like halogens and incandescent maintain enough heat to cover brief gaps in voltage. LEDs don’t.
How do you fix a flickering LED bulb?
Often the issue of flickering LEDs can be as simple as using non-dimmable LED bulbs on dimmer switches. It is a simple but commonly overlooked problem. The fix is also simple, just replace non dimmable LEDs with dimmable LED bulbs.