Hi everyone. Thought I'd drop by, for a bit of info on a truck
fix. My truck is a '55 1st Series. Not original as various
little items have been "adjusted" to make the vehicle more
But it looks good and drives well ..albeit not gas-friendly!
My question is this: The darned signal indicator light on the
dash stays on perpetually. Interestingly, it does flash 'off and
on' only when signalling. The unit itself is a hefty aftermarket
(non solid-state) device mounted to the steering column. The make
is a "da"(?) and has 7 wires coming from it. I have plugged in a
new 6 volt flasher unit but the indicator light still stays on.
Any ideas on a fix?
I have thought about installing something that would reverse the
condition ..along the lines of a diode but am not sure how to go
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