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Old January 5th, 2013, 06:51 PM
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Default Turn Signal TWO, 2 prong flashers

Gents,
Installed a new wiring harness (yeah), harness from EZ wiring. It has TWO, 2 prong flashers, a HAZARD wire and a FLASHER wire coming out that I assume hooks to the turn signal switch. Currently have a Universal Turn Signal switch from, Summit Racing, model 5007R (United Pacific).

So the '?' is how the hell do I hook this thing up. The directions call for a 3 prong flasher and after installing the wiring harness I hate to change to a 3 prong. I have looked all over the web, but I'm afraid my search enige skills are lacking!

I have the wires hooked up to the lights, but there is the RED, BLUE and BLACK wire. I have no idea what to hook it too. Constant power to both Hazard and Flasher wire with truck on.

Please and thanks, for all the help and suggestions. Oh yes EZ wiring, no help on calling back over the past 2 weeks to help with this issue either.

Thanks,
Dave
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