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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 05-02-2013, 02:35 PM Thread Starter
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turn signal relay problem!

after the hevy rain my relay is dead on my vn700. so i need to buy new one. problem is, that on that old relay the numbers are erased, unreadable. what should i look in the shop, universal 12 v relay?!

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after the hevy rain my relay is dead on my vn700. so i need to buy new one. problem is, that on that old relay the numbers are erased, unreadable. what should i look in the shop, universal 12 v relay?!

thx
Flasher number is FA249ED 12.8 volt. You can by a universal at Auto Zone. I just replaced mine with their EP34 which is LED compatible ( for my LED bulbs )

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Flasher number is FA249ED 12.8 volt. You can by a universal at Auto Zone. I just replaced mine with their EP34 which is LED compatible ( for my LED bulbs )
Is that all I would need to do to my 750 to use LED bulbs? Is it plu and play or is there wiring involved? Thanks!

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Is that all I would need to do to my 750 to use LED bulbs? Is it plu and play or is there wiring involved? Thanks!
Plug and play. Just unplug the old one and plug in the new one. Done

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Plug and play. Just unplug the old one and plug in the new one. Done
That's cool. I thought I was going to need to wire in a load balancer to use LED signals. Will the dash lights need to be converted as well?

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That's cool. I thought I was going to need to wire in a load balancer to use LED signals. Will the dash lights need to be converted as well?
No, I didn't on mine and everything works as it should.

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Would anyone have a cross reference number for an after market flasher for regular lights. thannks

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EP34 will work with regular bulbs.

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EP34 will work with regular bulbs.
+1 YUP. will work with a mixture of regular and LED's as well. it just dont care, as long as the load is within its specs
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