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05-18-2017 11:25 AM
davej323
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Originally Posted by Goofyfoot2001 View Post
You should try some palmolive
I have eczema on that hand.

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05-18-2017 09:14 AM
Goofyfoot2001 You should try some palmolive
05-17-2017 08:33 AM
michiganteddybear no need to change anything, just the flasher.. the EP34 is plug and go
05-16-2017 04:03 PM
davej323
Universal flasher wiring

Hey all, a while back I attached my rear turn signal wiring to the integrated lights on my Mutazu hard cases. Well, I guess those integrated lights must be LED because my turn signals were flashing kinda fast. I decided to install a universal flasher which I thought would be plug and play to our turn signal relay. It didn't work at first, so I hit up the wiring diagram. Turns out, it was almost plug n play, but our turn signal relay has the power and ground reversed from a DOT universal flasher. So, I used a jewelers screwdriver to push in the catch on the pins, pulled the pins out of the stock plug, and switched their positions. It works great now, and even came with a little rubber holster to install it in the stock position. I thought I would share some pics in case it might help someone else.

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