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Old 12-17-2005, 05:39 AM
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Quote:
Originally posted by jasonrenda
i have a similar question:

with the tun signals, is it the bulb's wiring (?) that causes it to blink? or does the kind of switch you use cause it to blink? i know this is kinda dumb, but i have a bunch of old lights lying around that i was thinking of using on the project and wasn't sure if i needed any special switches?

thanks

- jason
The flasher (circuit board or the little can) supplies the momentary juice to each turn signal. As mentioned, it doesn't matter if it is single or dual filament type. The hot lead goes to the flasher first, it then supplies juice to the appropriate turn signal circuit on a momentary basis.

Bill
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