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Emergency Flaser
Getting ready to go on a road trip and when going through my check list of checking things  I found the emergency flasher not working.  Lights and buzzer stay steady.  Is there a separate flasher for the turn signals and emergency flasher?  The...

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Re: Emergency Flaser
Reply #1
Check the turns and make sure all of the bulbs light.  And that the flasher works.
 Yes there should be two flashers, usually next to each other.

Re: Emergency Flaser
Reply #2
1.  Is there a separate flasher for the turn signals and emergency flasher? 
2.The location would be helpful also.

John,
1. On your age coach Yes.
2. Should be hid behind the removable kick...

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  • Texhub
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Could be black also. I replaced Flasher Flasher at O'Reilly. Had no store help. Looked at units on blister packs. Found proper position of contacts.  Working fine now. Was on far right of kick panel. Down low. Side by side. Think I swapped to see...

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Re: Emergency Flaser
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Ok guys thanks for the info.  We will check on our next stop.  Turn signals are working just no flashers.
John M.

Re: Emergency Flasher
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Stopped at Pilot, removed the panel and located the flashers.  Had Carmen turn the key on and the turn signals. By touching the flashers I was able to determine which flasher is the turn signal and which is the emergency flasher.  I swapped...

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Re: Emergency Flaser
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John,

Way to  go. 
You might give the one that is dead a whack with something like a small hammer to see I it will come unstuck till you can get a replacement..  You have to look at it like "well it is broke now" 

Yours looks kind of green color...

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Only way I would pay pilot their convient store price would be in an "emergency".

Re: Emergency Flaser
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Mike,  we will give it a wack and see if gets unstuck.   Sitting in my hand the flasher cover looks clear with a very light black tint.
John M.

  • Texhub
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When I shopped for the new flasher. I just matched the legs you plug into wires. You could hit up salvage yards on your travels. Lots in the yards. I paid $7-8 for replacement. If I had needed flashers. I would have just switched for need period....

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Re: Emergency Flasher
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Stopped at Pilot, removed the panel and located the flashers.  Had Carmen turn the key on and the turn signals. By touching the flashers I was able to determine which flasher is the turn...


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