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Old 06-28-2014, 12:16 PM
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53 F100 turn signals

Lit all the time!
Does blink when directed.
Aftermarket on column
3 post solenoid
What am I doing wrong
Must be simple
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Front or rear bulb out or flasher would be simplest answer
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Front or rear bulb out or flasher would be simplest answer
Which post of flasher solenoid goes to ground?
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Which post of flasher solenoid goes to ground?
I'm not sure which flasher you have but with the three post here is the pinout.


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