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Old 09-23-2012, 06:59 PM
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One touch turn signals module

After driving a 08' GMC 2500 Duramax for a few years and then switching to the Ford F450 there is always been one thing I have missed. I really liked the one touch turn signal found in many other makes of cars. I find it really really handy to just touch it and change lanes and it automatically turns off after 6 flashes. I recently found a module for the Fords that gives you the same option. I just ordered one and thought I would pass along the info for anyone interested.

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Edge F-Series Super Duty One Touch Signals, Edge F-Series Super Duty One-Touch Signals, One Touch, One Touch Turn Signals, Lane Changer, TouchTop, AutoTop, One Touch Windows - WebElectric Products

Click "One touch turn signals" on the left then the Edge/F-series signals for more details.
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My 2011 f350 has the same blinker feature your talking about. I thought they were stock on 11+?
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They might be on the 11's, mine is an 08 and it's not an option I have.
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Just finished installing the module and it works like a dream. Very easy install that took about 30 min. If you can install your own car stereo you can easily do this. If anyone orders this module and installs it just look very carefully at where the wires go to the correct pin numbers so you splice into the correct ones. There's a bunch the same color on one of the connectors.
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So what harness do you splice into and where is it located? Is it near the steering wheel or somewhere around the car stereo?
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You splice into 2 of the connectors that go in by the passengers side kick panel fuse box.

Really easy to do and well worth it for myself.

Full instructions can be found on the suppliers website as well.
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Dude, thanks for this. I've been wanting this for a while.
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yeah, nice find!
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Yep getting done on my truck ASAP.


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Dude, thanks for this. I've been wanting this for a while.
I'm glad someone else was excited as myself to find it and install it. You guys will all be pleasantly surprised when you install it.

There is also a programming mode where you can select how many flashes between 2 and 8 that you want the unit to send for the one touch function as well.

The one thing is make sure about the correct wires you are splicing into (there is only 5 wires). On the last wire which is green on the module it says to splice into the black or possibly black/white wire. The wire I had to splice into was flat black/violet. I just had to look where it went into in the plug to make sure it was the right wire. Works perfectly though.

Let me know how it goes when you guys install them...
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