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post #1 of 4 Old 01-11-2010, 11:57 AM Thread Starter
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WHERE IN THE HE77 IS THE FLASHER!

where in the world is the flasher/turn signal flasher at. I can hear it, but can't pin point it. and been searching net and have counted over 14 different locations on peoples opinions where its at, and its not in the manual.

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pull the radio out and its on the left side just below the vent


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found the problem, wiring harness under dash was rubbing. did get my TS chip on today with my wicked wheel and exhaust and intake.... . Im gonna have to get a new clutch. it wont hold up.

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