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  1. Bucks

    Bucks Puttering Along

    hi this is probably a daft question but the flasher relay has g0ne on mine. This is a 12v 6 pin unit 3 wires at the top and 3 at the bottom....I can't found one of these anywhere. Am I going mad or missing something?
  2. turbofiat124

    turbofiat124 Premium Member Forum Donor

    I might be wrong but the flasher units on Trabants with the "towing package" have addition wires for some odd reason, the ones not wired for a trailer only have three wires (input, output, dash indicator).

    On the 6 volt model the input and output wires are black and black/white, the indicator light should be green/yellow or green/something...

    This is not the correct flasher but works. It's supposed to be a round canister with a bracket attached to it.

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  3. Wartburg353W

    Wartburg353W Loyal Comrade

    When my flasher stopped working it turned out that the circuit board with the wire connections had rattled loose from where it was crimped into the housing, thus causing it to lose its ground. A little work with a pair of pliers and it is fine.

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