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    How to wire a indicator relay flasher unit

    Hi i am doing a custom wiring job on my corsa b track car, i am after a easy to understand wiring diagram of the indicator relay flasher unit i am not having a indicator stork i am having just two push buttons on steering wheel. I am building a new loom from scratch.

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    Re: How to wire a indicator relay flasher unit

    anyone help

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    Re: How to wire a indicator relay flasher unit

    easy without a hazzard switch.



    Ignition feed to flasher unit pin 49

    Connect flasher relay pin 31 to earth

    Connect flasher relay pin 49a to your switches.

    Switch outputs to indicators L & R

    if fitting one light on the dash, connect one end to 49 and the other end to 49a

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    Re: How to wire a indicator relay flasher unit

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy K View Post
    easy without a hazzard switch.



    Ignition feed to flasher unit pin 49

    Connect flasher relay pin 31 to earth

    Connect flasher relay pin 49a to your switches.

    Switch outputs to indicators L & R

    if fitting one light on the dash, connect one end to 49 and the other end to 49a
    Thank you very much for help

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    Re: How to wire a indicator relay flasher unit

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy K View Post
    easy without a hazzard switch.



    Ignition feed to flasher unit pin 49

    Connect flasher relay pin 31 to earth

    Connect flasher relay pin 49a to your switches.

    Switch outputs to indicators L & R

    if fitting one light on the dash, connect one end to 49 and the other end to 49a
    also easy with a hazzard switch
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    Re: How to wire a indicator relay flasher unit

    Quote Originally Posted by SLICKCORSA View Post
    Hi i am doing a custom wiring job on my corsa b track car, i am after a easy to understand wiring diagram of the indicator relay flasher unit i am not having a indicator stork i am having just two push buttons on steering wheel. I am building a new loom from scratch.

    Please help

    i expect you wont listen, i did not

    ive been there with no stalks and ive just rewired the car again to put them in, it was terrible without them really my best advice is to keep the stalks
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    Re: How to wire a indicator relay flasher unit

    Quote Originally Posted by sbd16vastra View Post
    i expect you wont listen, i did not

    ive been there with no stalks and ive just rewired the car again to put them in, it was terrible without them really my best advice is to keep the stalks
    Was your car for track use only, i found with my last track car i was always hitting the wipers and flashers with gloves on etc. You have got me thinking now not sure what to do.

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