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by carsonhowe22 [OP] » Feb 23 2012, 6:27am
by nicks93hotrod » Feb 23 2012, 7:11am
by Wolfman » Feb 23 2012, 2:15pm
by carsonhowe22 [OP] » Feb 25 2012, 12:55am
Wolfman wrote:Either under the hood with the larger fuses, in with your fuses in the dash, and a third possibility is up under the dash on drivers side (lay down in floorboard and look up).
Once you find it, just compare the pins to the ones at the link below and that's the one you need.
http://www.superbrightleds.com/cgi-bin/ ... %23flasher
Click the button "See Price and Buy" then in blue you'll see it says Flasher Selection Guide - Click that to see the pin outs.
(Most GM vehicles use the EP29L http://www.superbrightleds.com/cgi-bin/ ... EP29L.html )
by robbierob02 » Feb 25 2012, 6:34pm
by carsonhowe22 [OP] » Feb 26 2012, 5:17am
robbierob02 wrote:I replaced the flasher under the driver side dash, just remove the panel under the steering wheel and it's plugged into the back side of the fuse box. Not sure if it's the same on yours cause mine is an '02 but check it out, it's just a little relay, I can post a link from superbrightleds on which flasher to use if you'd like.
And quick question, which mod did you use to have your drl's run at night?
by robbierob02 » Feb 26 2012, 10:25am
by carsonhowe22 [OP] » Feb 26 2012, 9:18pm
robbierob02 wrote:So you run the diode from the 87 pin of each relay? And how many amps is your diode?
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