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Flasher relay

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Hi could anyone tell me if a Cec electronic 25 amps will work on a 67 1/2 ? Also does this year have 2 cans one for the hazards and one for the turn signals? Or do the both share one? Thanks Joe
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There are 2 on my 67.5.

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I don’t have them on, however, since those are independently grounded and self adjust to pretty much whatever the amperage draw is of the application, I believe they would work just fine. As Pat indicated, you would require two.
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Re: Flasher relay

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Would you know where the relays are located . I know where the hazards is but not the turn signal
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On the steering column, right behind the dash, I think. When I rewired my car I moved it & combined the hazard & turn signal flasher.

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Re: Flasher relay

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Is it the small voltage regulator your talking about
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Here is a photo showing both flashers in a 67.5
One is attached to the brace where the FF switch is located; the other is attached to the steering column support brace.
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Thanks This should help.
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There is only one can under the dash I tried looking for another but i could not find one. The only one i found was for the hazards and they work. There is a white wire with a spade connection that goes under the steering column. Does anybody know the color for the wire that connects the turn signals to the can cant find it in the schematic. Thanks
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Here are some photos i took
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You wouldn’t by chance have three terminals on the back of that flasher would you?
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No just two
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joe fremeau wrote: Thu Sep 16, 2021 5:15 am No just two
Ok. Then there should be a second one somewhere. Unless a PO has altered the flasher configuration or wire colours, you should be tracing two wires (White & Green) to the turn flasher. Start with the White one coming from the turn lever switch and see which rabbit hole it takes you down.
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67.5 had one can too start with on the steering column. They they added a second can on the back of the triangle piece. There is a small harness that plugs in between the hazard switch (FF) and dash harness plug.

You will not find it on any schematic that I've ever seen. It was supposedly an option. I made a schematic for it.

http://kendo-usa.org/datsun/675flasher_schematic.pdf
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Re: Flasher relay

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My hazard switch has a small black pig tail wire with a spade connector at the end