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Flasher unit has finally given up the ghost.
Does anyone know where I can get a new or used one ?
Toyota Part number ?
81980FLASHER ASSY, TURN SIGNAL
I have this number listed for 81 BJ41 JDM don't see 41 in European market.
Hazard switch should have a built in relay separate from flasher relay IIR.
I get confused at times with so many combinations in my fleet of Cruisers
OK this pic was sent to me that shows a JDM market flasher relay for a 1982 BJ41 24V Part # 81980-25050.
This is a THREE terminal relay with terminals labeled B (Battery or +12V) L1 and L2 which I am assuming are Load 1 and Load 2. I cannot find a BJ40,41,42,43 schematic that shows a three terminal flasher relay. Logic suggests that the L1, L2 terminals are the same and possibly one goes to the turn signal circuit and the other goes to the hazard circuit. I have to also assume that the flasher grounds itself through the mounting bolts.
A "normal" three terminal flasher relay has a B terminal (Battery or +12V), E (Ground) and L (Load) I am trying to figure out if a standard three terminal LED flasher relay rated at 24V could be adapted to work.
If you have a schematic that shows a three terminal relay please post it. Or if you know that L1, and L2 are the same contact on the flasher relay, post that information. Trying to help out a fellow mudder...
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Wes, I'm wondering if you can tell me what that round thingy is above your flasher unit in that pic. I'm working on wiring and tested that round thingy and it let out a loud, annoying screech with 24 volts applied. I thought this might be the flasher I'm looking for, but sounds like an alarm or something.