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Old 07-07-2014, 07:27 PM
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Electronic Flasher Question

I currently have this flasher unit:
CF12ANL-01 LED Bulb Electronic Flasher | Flashers & Load Resistors | Car Bulb Installation Supplies | LED Car Bulbs | Super Bright LEDs | Super Bright LEDs

I want the clicking sound however so I was thinking of getting this one:
http://www.superbrightleds.com/morei...asher/782/836/

The second one says it's for European cars. The only difference I see between the two is the ground prong. Seems to me I could use this one and just ground the third prong somewhere under the dash.

Thoughts?
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Old 07-07-2014, 09:59 PM
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I dont have much experience with these since i just ordered a new flasher from rock auto. There was an electric anf a mechanical. I didnt know the difference besides mine being the mechanical looking one. Ill let you know when mine comes in and how it works and when I get on a computer i'll get the part #'s and links.
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With the third male terminal, three-terminal flashers won't plug into the sockets on the fuse box.

Two-terminal version of the above flasher: CF12ANL-01 LED Bulb Electronic Flasher | Flashers & Load Resistors | Car Bulb Installation Supplies | LED Car Bulbs | Super Bright LEDs | Super Bright LEDs . You'll need one for the directionals and one for the emergencies.
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Old 07-08-2014, 06:41 AM
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I am replacing the round one in the fuse panel in the dash to the lower left of the steering wheel. It is the 2 prong mechanical one and as said above the third prong won't work. One I am replacing is a Tridon EL12. The one from rock auto is the same and I am replacing mine because it is intermittent and its about time for a new one.
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^^^^ You'll still need the second one to replace the one behind that one on the other side of the panel; one is for the directionals and one is for the emergencies.
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Ah ok, thanks.
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