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How TO change the Turn signal flasher

Ok well i recieved a pm concerning this so i figured i would go and try it and write something up.

For those of you who changed to led 3157 for the turn suignals and are getting hyper flash you will need the following.

1 ep27 led flasher from

take off the bottom panel and look underneath the dash were all the wires are. therea white box bolts parallel to the fire wall remove the gold bolt <in my case> now that the whole piece is off you can use a flat head screw driver after you remove the plug with the black plug which is the bottom plug. now u have one of 2 options one leave the oem flasher inside since the ep27 will not fit and you can just connect it or you can remove the the relay. i removed it. now position the whole bracket thats holding everything to a angle that you can get to the to of the black housing use that flat head to remove by pushing it in between the housing and the bracket. your going to have to look close to see what im talking about.once you remove that you will have the relay inside the black housing if you look close theres 4 tabs on the inside holding it in now. as i said you can leave it in there and just plug the new relay in and lay it among the wires as it wont fall out. I removed it to try to fit it in therewhich it sits in there some what but sticks out. i replaced the housing back onto the bracket and put the ep27 in there as much as possible and remounting everything. Reassemble the lower panel and the blot holding the brackst near the fire wall and your down. enjoy regulas flashing turn signals now.

If you can not find the relay turn the ignition on and listen for the ticking you will be able to feel the clicking if you feel around.

Hope this helps the peeps that change the bulbs

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