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Unread 06-06-2011, 03:55 PM   #11
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Default Re: looking for LOUD flasher

Get a 12v piezo alert from Radio Shack for a couple of bucks and wire it across 2 terminals of the flasher and it will beep every time the light flashes.
They look like this:

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Unread 06-06-2011, 04:04 PM   #12
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Get a 12v piezo alert from Radio Shack for a couple of bucks and wire it across 2 terminals of the flasher and it will beep every time the light flashes.
They look like this:

I saw that suggested somewhere else as well. When you say wire to the flasher do you mean just attach the wires to any of the three prongs and just plug it back in?
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Yes the 2 outside prongs of the flasher and you're done.
If it's too loud like mine, put a piece of tape over the hole.
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Thanks a lot. I will give that a shot Friday and let you know how it goes.
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Hey Doug, one more (dumb) quick question. When I attach wire to the flasher - did you just wrap the wire around the base of the terminals?

Found the buzzer at Radio Shack by the way, thanks.
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Hey Doug, one more (dumb) quick question. When I attach wire to the flasher - did you just wrap the wire around the base of the terminals?

Found the buzzer at Radio Shack by the way, thanks.
First make sure you have the correct terminals, test before you make final connections.

You can use one of these tap-ins:



Or one of these double stack (top one):



Or just put 2 wires into one of these:

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Default Re: looking for LOUD flasher

I am trying to do the same thing, but I'm confused. Using those connectors, how would you plug the flasher back in? Do I need to take the back off of the flasher and use a wire inside of it?

Do I need to buy a flasher with a wire connection on the back?

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I am trying to do the same thing, but I'm confused. Using those connectors, how would you plug the flasher back in? Do I need to take the back off of the flasher and use a wire inside of it?

Do I need to buy a flasher with a wire connection on the back?

Thanks,

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Plug the flasher in and use the first photo item (tap-in) on the wire that leads to the flasher receptacle.
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here ya go
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Thanks for photo.
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