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Old 10-09-2019
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Thanks Tom, for confirming with me that my 4 ways aren't broken.

Now about the flashers, both left and right work fine...on the sides and in the front.

Both left and right in the back DON'T work, as well as the 7 pin connector.
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We ordered a new LED 2 pin flasher, will be here tomorrow. I made a video of the issue, since I am apparently having issue describing the problem.

https://youtu.be/8s75so75KEI

Which flasher did you order?
Mine blink but if they stay on very long then they start to slow down.
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Buzz out that rear connector, when wiring up the toad,
BB did not use a standard pin lay-out
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We also came across the wiring diagram for the 7 pin connector. We will still buzz it out and see if it's accurate, when we get to that project.
And?
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Did the lights work before you fixed them?
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Randy, I am 95% sure they did work prior, but can't completely rule it out. I honestly don't remember checking them before. Sometimes I get the 2 buses confused.

It's now feeding time outside so we will revisit all this tomorrow after the new 2 pin LED flasher shows up and will report then.

On a side note we are also trying to run a new CB wire for the new CB and antenna. Not going especially well. The original wire is toast and fell apart.
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Something i learned as a young man was to always check lights before you work on them.
Always run the engine before servicing.
run the engine before changing the fuel filter.
Little stuff to make life easier.
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Yeah, yeah....I know.

We always heard the flasher engaging and naturally assumed all the lights were blinking.
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Well the flasher was to arrive yesterday...and did not. Shocker...I know. Someone screwed up and it didn't make it on the delivery truck, whatever. They then had to overnight it to our store so it had better be here today.

I'm still not convinced it will solve our mystery, but it's worth a try.

Otherwise it will be a good riddle for Bill's traveling tour at PM.
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