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FJ40 signal flasher - location help?

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by Lor, Jul 16, 2003.

  1. Lor

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    I need to fix my dead signal. Could someone point to where I can find this unit? It's a '78. Thanks.
     
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    Lor
    I have just replaced mine it was located just above the brake pedal..................Dazz

    P.S I did already answer your ? on the tread "40 series flasher faulty" good luck :)
     
  3. Lor

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    Thanks for answering. I did get your other post. Just that you said you had a BJ instead and you're on the right hand side. Mine is left hand drive, and I check above the brake pedal, but didn't see it.
     
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    Mine was hanging right above the fuse box
     
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    [quote author=Lor link=board=1;threadid=3720;start=0#msg27395 date=1058422101]
    Thanks for answering. I did get your other post. Just that you said you had a BJ instead and you're on the right hand side. Mine is left hand drive, and I check above the brake pedal, but didn't see it.
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    Any luck finding it I just thought of one way. Put on your hazzards i think you said they are still working. Then you should be able to hear the clicking sound produce my the flasher can .........Dazz
     
  6. Lor

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    I think I might have found it. Does it has a stamp with "turn signal" on there? I found this unit bolt to a bracket above the clutch pedal, near the fuse box. It has two wires (green with strips) with a T shape that plug into the unit. Is this the flasher? Is there aftermarket? I've heard someone got this unit at NAPA for around $2. Anyone happen to know their part #?
     
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    Thank you for all your help. The signal is now working.
     
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    [quote author=Lor link=board=1;threadid=3720;start=0#msg27809 date=1058591791]
    Thank you for all your help. The signal is now working.
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    What was the end result........Dazz
     
  10. Lor

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    Replaced the flasher. :)