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Old 02-28-2007, 08:54 PM
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Flasher Module Relay

I'm looking to install LED turn signals all around the TB. I have searched the site and haven't found what I'm looking for. I want to know exactly what flasher module I need to purchase. I don't want to use the inline load resistors. There are different set-ups of modules what one do i need.
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I could be wrong, however I think most people just tapped into the regular wires? They didn't buy another flasher I don't think....

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I have seen a flasher module for LEDs on the v-leds.com website. This may give you an idea of what to look for. Switching to LED turn signals without adding a load resistor, or changing the flasher module will result in the lights (LEDs) not flashing properly.
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Where is the flasher module located that needs replacement?
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Where is the flasher module located that needs replacement?
It's located behind the left closeout/insulator panel. which itself is located under the steering column. Not to be confused with the hazard flasher, which uses a relay and would not be affected by the LEDs.
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I have seen a flasher module for LEDs on the v-leds.com website. This may give you an idea of what to look for. Switching to LED turn signals without adding a load resistor, or changing the flasher module will result in the lights (LEDs) not flashing properly.
Which flasher do we need?
2 Pin Electronic LED Flasher Blinker Fix
3 Pin Electronic European LED Flasher Blinker Fix
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2 Pin Electronic LED Flasher Blinker Fix
3 Pin Electronic European LED Flasher Blinker Fix
3 Pin Electronic LED Flasher Blinker Fix




Locate the flasher module and remove it. Take a pic.

If it has two pins it will take the two pin flasher. If three pins the three pin flasher. We can assume it is not the European one. So it is two pins or three pins, depending on what you already have.
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Locate the flasher module and remove it. Take a pic.

If it has two pins it will take the two pin flasher. If three pins the three pin flasher. We can assume it is not the European one. So it is two pins or three pins, depending on what you already have.
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I know it has been a while with this post. I haven't had time to put the lamps in until Tuesday Night. I finally got around to looking for the flasher relay today. I can't find it. Does anyone know where it is? I have been reading around and for an 02 it is in the Fuse Box Under the hood, and 03 is under the steering column. Does anyone know where I could find it on an 04. If anyone also knows if it is a 2-pin or a 3-pin that would be great.
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I know it has been a while with this post. I haven't had time to put the lamps in until Tuesday Night. I finally got around to looking for the flasher relay today. I can't find it. Does anyone know where it is? I have been reading around and for an 02 it is in the Fuse Box Under the hood, and 03 is under the steering column. Does anyone know where I could find it on an 04. If anyone also knows if it is a 2-pin or a 3-pin that would be great.
It's mounted to a bracket on the inside of the left closeout/insulator panel, which is below the steering column.
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