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Old 01-08-2020, 10:58 PM   #1
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Two flasher circuits: Feed and Flasher

Hi,

Working thru my wiring to figure out what can be removed. Run into an interesting set of wires, they are labelled:

- Turn Signal - FEED
- Turn Signal Lights - Left
- Turn Signal Lights - Right

The feed seemed to carry 12V when contact is on. What I don't get is why there would be a permanent 12V for a turn signal?

Any thoughts?

Also, the circuit I identified (color and circuit number match) for turn right is not working. Turn left is OK, have not been able to locate a dedicated fuse for it, I assume it's behind a larger, shared fuse.

I really should have done a better job marking my wires before pulling all the lights

Bas
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Old 01-09-2020, 04:31 PM   #2
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Turns out that if you pair the wrong 9-pin plugs, your wires don't carry the expected signal. Who would have thought

I'll keep the two brake circuits for now until I really know I don't need them.

Bas
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