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Old 03-25-2012, 01:30 PM   #1
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Flasher relay

First the emergency flashers quit working, than the turn signals, does anyone know where the flasher relays are located, Winnebago said in front somewhere. I have all the electrical drawings, can't find it on them, Winnie said it is from Freightliner. A search has not got me any answers. Thanks
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Don't know about your vectra but almost all relay and electronic is on pass side behind dash on big chassis vehicles
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found them

I found the flasher relays, they are in the storage compart right under the driver. You have to open up the door, they were wrapped up inside a big wiring harness, why, I don't know, seems like there would be room in the outside panel where all the breakers and other relays are pane, I found them by looking at the tags on the wiring, Thanks, and if I were you I would turn on my turn signals or emergency lights and mark them while they work
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