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Turn Signal Beeper Work-around When Annunciator is Disconnected.
Jor asked ... What is the workaround? Thanks.

There is only a single turn signal flasher for the turn signals, it is in the power line to the turn signal switch.  In my coach the output from the turn signal switch is most easily accessed after the...

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  • Last Edit: December 04, 2018, 10:42:12 pm by Roger & Susan in Home2

Re: Turn Signal Beeper Work-around When Annunciator is Disconnected.
Reply #1
Just get a big diode.  3 amps.  They are handy for all sorts of science project stuff.  Use two if you need a bigger capacity one.
Amazon.com: Install Bay Diodes 3 Amp 20 Pack- D3: Car Electronics


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Re: Turn Signal Beeper Work-around When Annunciator is Disconnected.
Reply #2
I just put a piece of blue painter's tape over mine because I still want to hear it - just not SO loud.

Re: Turn Signal Beeper Work-around When Annunciator is Disconnected.
Reply #3
I did at 2:45 yesterday.  Resent it now.

Just splice into each one, add a diode to the spliced-in wires and then to the + side of the beeper.  These can be joined and a single wire to the beeper.
 
T1 Y/B goes to the left turn signals.
T2 G/B goes to...

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Re: Turn Signal Beeper Work-around When Annunciator is Disconnected.
Reply #4
Roger,
  Just the info I need. Thanks.
jor