OK... I tried my best NOT to post anything on LED signals here, realizing that there is a ton of info, but.... I can't get these things to work. I have read everything and realize the challenges and drawbacks. I've tried a bunch of different flashers, none work. I do not care about the self cancelling feature, I can deal with not having that. Now, I should just need a simple 2 prong electric flasher, right? Leave the yellow/green (self cancel) wire off, connect the brown/white and solid brown to the terminals and away we go, right? Nope. With the 2 prong set-up (that should work from what I've read), when I turn either the left or the right signal on all 4 signal lights come on and no flash. What's up? Seems like a bad ground or something? All signals are wired pos leads to LED and ground to frame. I believe they are "non-resistor" LED's. Just cheapos... These are the ones: http://www.lockhartphillipsusa.com/LP-U ... BLACK.html Is there a relay other than the original flasher/self cancel unit? I've heard ppl talking about the "signal relay". Are they just using a different name for this? Or is there actually a separate relay? If so, could this be the issue? I don't want to run resistors or anything. Just want a simple fix and for it to flash in the direction of turn when I hit the signal! Haha... I have a couple 3 prong units hanging around from when I thought it was simple plug and play... should I try grounding one of these to the frame? Should I buy a "no load electronic flasher"? Will that solve all my problems? If anyone can help me out it would be greatly appreciated!