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post #1 of 4 Old 11-08-2011, 04:09 PM Thread Starter
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Not your usual turn signal problem

Ok guys here is my problem...
I just bought a 91 LX hatch that is setup more for the strip. Most of the unnecessary items have been eliminated including most of what's behind the dash. I noticed that the turn signals were not working and when I went to check the turn signal flasher behind the glovebox, low and behold there is none! I would normally just replace it but it looks like the entire unit where it would plug in is gone. Headlights, trailights, hazards, etc all still work. Anyone have any suggestions? Is there any other way to set this up? Thanks in advance.

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It just depends on what your plans are for the car, are you trying to DD it. or just make it streetable. one way would be to hard wire everything to toggle switchs but that could be a long process. another option Pick A part for a wiring assembly and factory switchs. also there might be so Resto companys that have kits for cars like that. good luck with it.

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thanks for the info. The previous owner actually set up a two toggle switch panels very nicely in the ashtray and where the radio was. Since only one of them is being used right now and the rest are all wired for power I may just use those. The car won't be a daily driver, just want it streetable.
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thanks for the info. The previous owner actually set up a two toggle switch panels very nicely in the ashtray and where the radio was. Since only one of them is being used right now and the rest are all wired for power I may just use those. The car won't be a daily driver, just want it streetable.
Lighting on switches look very clean, many racers do that for night racing or certain classes require lights and turn signals. good luck new projects are always fun.
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