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Old 08-12-2012, 03:07 PM   #11 (permalink)
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can't really see picture of relay well, but went to store and they said that i can get a replacement flasher, or a relay (relay would have to be for a certain car). anyways here is a pic i found online and wanted to make sure this is what i was looking for. thanks

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Old 08-12-2012, 03:31 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Just get t from Auto Zone it's the one in the pic you posted an EP34, price is only 1 or 2 dollars cheaper online.
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was cake got it done no problem, and part at auto store was only $12. easiest thing to do ever, didnt even have to cut a wire.
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Does this mod work with both types of turn signals? I was wanting to keep the stock signals in front, and clean up the rear end. The bags I bought have LED's preinstalled in them.
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copperstryker, Yes, it'll work with both original front signals and rear LED's. I did this mod a few weeks ago, but only had time to install a rear LED tail light. Rode it for a week with original front signals until I had time to install fork wrap signals.
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Thanks Nate, great writeup. I bought the 34 from a pepboys auto parts store for $13. I have wanted to get rid of the auto-cancel feature too. ill post a video when done.
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I know this is a Stryker forum. I have a V Star 1300 that I just replaced the rear turn signals with 7507's and I'm ok with the fast blink rate, the problem I'm having is with the 1157's in the front, they just stay in the brighter mode.

I don't want to add load resistors and wanted to replace the oem turn signal relay. I'm not a technical / mechanical type guy. The existing oem flasher relay is 5 pins.



I did buy a EP34L (L for LED flasher relay) but it only has three pins. I don't think there is enough room to keep both so how do I use the 3 pin to replace the 5 pin? It obviously isn't a direct replacement so I can't unplug one and plug in the other.



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I know this is a Stryker forum. I have a V Star 1300 that I just replaced the rear turn signals with 7507's and I'm ok with the fast blink rate, the problem I'm having is with the 1157's in the front, they just stay in the brighter mode.

I don't want to add load resistors and wanted to replace the oem turn signal relay. I'm not a technical / mechanical type guy. The existing oem flasher relay is 5 pins.



I did buy a EP34L (L for LED flasher relay) but it only has three pins. I don't think there is enough room to keep both so how do I use the 3 pin to replace the 5 pin? It obviously isn't a direct replacement so I can't unplug one and plug in the other.



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Scroll up/back to the original post. There is a detailed description of exactly what to do and which two wires to leave out. Looks like the same stock relay and the same (or similar) replacement.
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This is a much cheaper option than buying the 2015 flasher unit at $109.00. Stupid auto canceling doesn't work half the tim anyhow.
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I have read your post and still can't find the bugger. Is there anything else you can tell me to help locate it?

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