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bergerac

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G5 Flasher unit
« on: March 13, 2010, 08:57:11 AM »
Can anyone tell me where the flasher unit is on the G5. According to owners manual, it has a red/white lead and a white lead from it but I can't find such a beast. I've bought one of these audio flasher/indicator units from India and wanted to have the audible sound. Thanks Larry
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Re: G5 Flasher unit
« Reply #1 on: March 13, 2010, 09:48:37 AM »
On a C5 it's in ecu box but on G5 It's under the seat near the battery.

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Re: G5 Flasher unit
« Reply #2 on: March 13, 2010, 05:12:25 PM »
Can anyone tell me where the flasher unit is on the G5. According to owners manual, it has a red/white lead and a white lead from it but I can't find such a beast. I've bought one of these audio flasher/indicator units from India and wanted to have the audible sound. Thanks Larry


  Hope you have better luck with that one than I did.

  Mounted it this morning and it worked for maybe 10 minutes.  May work if I went to LED signals but I think I'll leave it alone with the original flasher.  Seemed like very high resistance through the unit when I checked it out with a meter.

  Will.
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bergerac

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Re: G5 Flasher unit
« Reply #3 on: March 14, 2010, 07:30:26 AM »
  Hope you have better luck with that one than I did.

  Mounted it this morning and it worked for maybe 10 minutes.  May work if I went to LED signals but I think I'll leave it alone with the original flasher.  Seemed like very high resistance through the unit when I checked it out with a meter.

  Will.

Thanks Will for your input. I've decided to go down a different path and wire a piezo buzzer in each of the left-hand and right-hand flasher wires, hopefully the voltage drop will not be noticeable. Larry
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