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Unread 04-28-2009, 09:55 PM   #1
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Exclamation Who wants a wiring challenge? (warning- LEDs again)

Problem: Now that I switched my turn signal assembly to the precedent one I can't get my LEDs to flash again. (New signal uses a 2 prong flasher instead of my 3 prong flasher).

Previously here is how I got my LEDs to flash: Solid state 2 wire LED flasher attached to the "L" of the 3 prong LED flasher. Worked like a champ.

Just hooked up the new turn signal kit and it has a 2 prong flasher, "L" and "X" (no "P") terminals. No matter what combo I try I can't get those LEDs to flash again! I tried everything! Just hooking up the 2 wire flasher does not work.

Any ideas? Don't make me go grab a beer(s) again

My plan- go to auto parts store (again) and buy a 2 prong LED flasher to work along with my other 2 wire flasher.

what does the "P" do on the 3 prong flasher?
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Unread 04-28-2009, 10:13 PM   #2
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Default Re: Who wants a wiring challenge? (warning- LEDs again)

https://www.acehardwareoutlet.com/(v...SKU=2147002943

This is a 2 prong with that seperate ground wire someone mentioned in the last thread fiasco you had with your LED's a few months ago. It worked in that persons cart...recheck that old thread.


here also--->http://www.imperialinc.com/pdf/Section_E.pdf#page=38

The more im researching and reading about this on the net...you NEED the extra ground wire...looks like this is exactly what you want....you can even see the part # : EF32L
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Unread 04-29-2009, 10:11 PM   #3
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Default Re: Who wants a wiring challenge? (warning- LEDs again)

The "P" terminal is normally used to power the "pilot" or indicator lamp. The two terminal LED flasher with the ground wire should solve your issue.
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Unread 04-30-2009, 08:08 AM   #4
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Default Re: Who wants a wiring challenge? (warning- LEDs again)


Thats the guy!!! He's the one!!! I couldn't remember your exact screen name. You had posted in an earlier thread that started all my research on LED flashers with the extra ground wire
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Default Re: Who wants a wiring challenge? (warning- LEDs again)

Thank you, guys. I'm off to auto stores to find one...or get the ACE one.
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