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Old 04-27-2014, 09:23 PM
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Turn signal flasher? Under the dash on the driver's side.
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I found the turn signal flasher relay. I need to find the four way flasher/ emergency flasher relay. And i heard it's a circular shaped relay as opposed to a rectangle...
Any advice would be great,
Alex
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Old 07-10-2014, 11:25 PM
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hey everyone its been a long time. i found the emergency flasher relay and replaced it. the flasher unit now works! i have two questions. when the unit is on
1. should the turn signals in the rear be working sequentially, or all turn signals in the rear should be flashing in unison?

Additionally, when the unit is on, should the front turn indicator lights and the fender indicator lights be flashing as well?
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Old 07-10-2014, 11:38 PM
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Hi Alex, congratulations! As to your question regarding the rear turn signals, when you turn them on to make a left turn or a right turn, you should be seeing them flashing sequentially on your '66 Flairbird. Just like you see on this web page showing them how they work. Scroll down the page and you will see them flashing.

http://automotivemileposts.com/tbird...equipment.html

I would think if you turn on your turn signal indicator to make a left or right turn, you should also be seeing the front indicators doing the same thing. But I don't own a Flairbird...
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Old 07-10-2014, 11:54 PM
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Thanks for the response. unfortunately i didnt specify my question enough. my question is regarding the 4 way flasher/emergency flasher, not turn signals. Again, my questions are if the rear should be flashing in unison, not sequentially when the emergency flasher/four way flasher is on. And Additionally if the front turn indicator lights and fender indicator lights should be flashing when the four way flasher/emergency flasher is engaged.
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