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04-01-2008 13:11:48

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Hi folks: I need to put 4 way flashers on my "B" AC, and also the WD45. Both are 12 volt systems. I would like a pull switch on the dash module, to activate them, and a 4 prong flat trailer female plugin mounted on the rear fender, so I can plug in a set of magnetic trail lights, which would be put on any implement that I was pulling on the road. Wat has me confused is where does the Flasher unit come into the equasion at, and how does it get wired? HELP PLEASE" Ralph

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04-01-2008 13:39:56

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 Re: 4 way flashers in reply to RalphWD45, 04-01-2008 13:11:48  
Flasher has 2 poles for to wires on it, (Some have 3 pole, get only a 2 pole heavy duty flasher), then just put it in the wire just after the switch with one pole conected to switch, second pole just take one wire from the flasher to where you can work decently and make as many branches as you need. Possibly one branch to both front lights if a good way to go from one to the other if not seperate branches, rear same way, trailer plug just 2 wires one a ground and then the other to your lights. On the trailer plug just use remaining for a set of turn signals that you could hook up the same way except put the flasher in front of to seperate push-pull switches.

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04-01-2008 17:50:20

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 Re: 4 way flashers in reply to Leroy, 04-01-2008 13:39:56  
Thanks Leroy. I"ll give it a shot, and see if I can get it to work.

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