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Unread 07-08-2013, 07:31 AM   #1
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So I think the kids blew out the turn signal flasher by leaving it on overnight. Possible? I pulled the flasher and supplied it with power to one prong and a 12v light to the other. The light illuminates but doesn't flash. Am I testing it right?

Anyway, I think I want to get an additional backup alarm and add it to the flasher so that it sounds when the turn signals are on. Has anyone done this? Does anyone have an extra one laying around?

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Unread 07-09-2013, 07:56 PM   #2
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never tested a flasher , cheap enough just to replace . turn signal beeper is not a bad idea
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Does the light come on but not flash when you activate the switch either way?
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I don't know but is it like a car..if you have a burnt out bulb it won't flash. Just a thought.
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Does the light come on but not flash when you activate the switch either way?
Yes, the lights come on but don't flash.
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Yes, the lights come on but don't flash.
. . . generic flasher test . . .


The flasher is momentary double contact switch. It has three metal prongs, one horizontal and two vertical. Apply 12 volts across one of the horizontal tabs and the vertical tabs and you should hear the flasher click. If it does not click, try the jumping twelve volts across the horizontal tab and th vertical tab. If nothing happens when you jump twelve volts, the flasher is probably bad. Consider youself lucky if your flasher is bad becuase it is much less expensive than the turn signal switch assembly.

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. . . generic flasher test . . .


The flasher is momentary double contact switch. It has three metal prongs, one horizontal and two vertical. Apply 12 volts across one of the horizontal tabs and the vertical tabs and you should hear the flasher click. If it does not click, try the jumping twelve volts across the horizontal tab and th vertical tab. If nothing happens when you jump twelve volts, the flasher is probably bad. Consider youself lucky if your flasher is bad becuase it is much less expensive than the turn signal switch assembly.


Thanks...... How do you test a 2 prong flasher?

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Thanks...... How do you test a 2 prong flasher?

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. . . if turn signals illuminate properly except not blinking, turn signal switch is good, but flasher is bad . . . that is how you test flasher . . .
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. . . if turn signals illuminate properly except not blinking, turn signal switch is good, but flasher is bad . . . that is how you test flasher . . .
Awesome..... New flasher it is.

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