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LM526 Electronic Flasher Relay LED Compatible 12 Volt
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LM526 Electronic Flasher Relay LED Compatible 12 Volt
Product Code: 48785
Price: $39.99 - $49.99
 
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Warranty: 12 Months
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LM526 Electronic Relay. 6 Terminal configuration. Replaces your old time mechanical Flasher with a electronic equivalent. Gets rid of the "Clicking" noise when turn signal is on. Just remove your flasher and match it to the chart. The chart is reversed so you can just match your old flasher to the chart without inverting the pins. After you find the correct replacement electronic flasher, insert the new electronic flasher. 12 VDC. For hyper flash issues see our line of load equalizers.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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