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96 metro flasher; What number flasher is it? 552?
Topic Started: Mar 7 2011, 02:19 PM (600 Views)
liquidrush
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What is the common number for the TS and the Hazard flashers? I'm going LED and want to get the right stuff the first time
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I tried this when I installed some LEDs and the OEM flasher is some tiny little flasher maybe 3/4" square, whereas a "normal" flasher is 1" square. I asked Johnny Mullet for his wisdom on how to deal with the fast flashing that you will get after installing the LEDs and I remember his response as 'Hyper-flashing baby!' :lol

Check out http://geometroforum.com/topic/2471889/1/

If you want to connect a real flasher to the Geo I'd jumper it directly and duct tape the flasher unit to something secure. :-/
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liquidrush
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Alright, I found the solid state LED flasher units for 6 bucks but there are 2 and 3 prong ones. Are the geo ones 2 or 3 and is there a seperate one for the hazards? I got bulbs for all my sockets for 22 bucks, I just wnat ot have everything on hand before I do the swap out.
Edited by liquidrush, Mar 7 2011, 07:36 PM.
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The one I bought was 3 prong.
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