Turns out it was a bad original Lucas flasher unit. The unit looked brand new.
I have a picture of the original one in my late 81 TR8 if anyone wants one. I
put in one from my TR6 used parts bin and it works with a normal blink. Hurray.
The other part goes in the glove box for the Lucas originality museum ð???
From: Anthony Rhodes <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, May 24, 2020 3:23 PM
Subject: Re: [TR] TR7/TR8 blinker question
Also, the hazard switch itself can be the cause of a problem. Try exercising
the switch a few times. That fixed the problem on my TR7 one time.
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> Low mileage (18k) 81 TR8. Hasn't been run much. Beginning my regular
> exercise schedule on the car and notice the blinkers are working
> intermittently on both sides. Four way flasher work perfectly. When
> blinker does come on it is not a consistent pattern like the flashers. Three
> blinks two slow then nothing. Right now in garage I'm getting nothing.
> I'm thinking it is an electrical connection or contact point. Any
> recommendations on best place to start. All four bulbs working on
> flashers and other lights work too.
> Jim Henningsen
> 61 TR3A
> 62 TR4
> 75 TR6
> 81 TR8
> 82 Jeep CJ8 (Looking for a new home)
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