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Old 07-02-2014, 08:20 PM   #1
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Where is the flasher?

The hazard/4 way flashers don't work.

Any idea where the flasher is located?

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I don't know if I responded to your question in another post ?

My 99 Freightliner chassis , the 2 flashers are within inches of each other and less than a foot of wiring separates them from the fuse/relay centers.
If you can track the signal flasher by it's sound the hazard should be close by.
The 2 flashers are hanging between the fuse boxes in this picture.
Because the flasher is on the outside of the firewall , the coach uses a beeper under the dash to warn the driver the signals are on , if your coach uses a similar set up you may have to disconnect the beeper to track the click of the flasher.
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I think you have a Ford F-53 chassis. The flashers are usually in a plastic box under the hood with the rest of the chassis fuses and relays. Also you can use Skip426's tip to listen for the clicking of the turn signal and the emergency flasher is usually next to it.
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On my previous 99 f53 model was at the base of the interior fire wall near brake pedal. I had trouble with my flashers, turned out the emergency flasher switch needed to be exercised. Hit it with some WD 40 too.
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I think I found it.. Black cube, looks line a relay. Numbers on it are,

F6TD-13350-AA

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That is it!
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Cool beans. Now I just hope oriley's has one.


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All fixed. Oriley's had one, $15 after tax.

Thanks for the replays.


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Nice, I could not find one when I needed it at an auto parts store and paid $70 to Ford! You did good.
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