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Old 11-09-2019, 02:07 PM   #1
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1977 Dodge sportsman flasher

Hey guys, I just bought a 1977 Dodge sportsman brougham and my blinkers aren't working. I'm wondering where the flasher is so I can replace it and see if that's the issue. Any help would be greatly appreciated 😁
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In that vintage the flasher cqn should be on the under dash fuse panel. It should be around the stearing column. Put the signals on and check bulbs. Dead flasher should still light the bulbs. No flash is usually a sign of a burned out bulb.
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In that vintage the flasher cqn should be on the under dash fuse panel. It should be around the stearing column. Put the signals on and check bulbs. Dead flasher should still light the bulbs. No flash is usually a sign of a burned out bulb.
Are the bulbs for the blinkers dual filament? They are on when the light switch is pulled but no blinking. I did find the flasher though, it was hiding clear up under and back. I had to use my phone to record up under there and identify it.
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Two filimant bulbs is generally what y?ou will find. One element is for tail light. Second filimant is for brake and turn signal. Engine running pull signal switch, either up or down. Walk outside and look.
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