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Old 06-21-2012, 03:34 PM
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I'm still working on this, as time premits...... my version works well..... except..... the turns don't orver-ride the brakes...... My latest version uses one flasher, 4 relays..... 4-way flasher, brakes etc..... I need to over come the brake orver-ride tho'

I don't have a need for this circuit, but it's now become a puzzle for me


Same here, it's become a puzzle. I DO have a need though! lol I tried an EL 12 and no buemo. EOD, Ima gonna mock up according to your last schematic and if I can get it to work will throw that into the car, I gotta get this thing on the road, I'm itching to drive it! I don't have any pics yet but what I built was a Manta Mirage, google it and you'll find plenty of pics!
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I know what a Manta is! Super bright LEDs sells the LED flasher you're looking for.

http://www.superbrightleds.com/cgi-b...rake-turn.html

My latest version works well and like it should. The dodge relays can be found at most junk yards that carries dodge parts....... most of the time $5.00 bucks will get you the entire fuseblock worth etc.....

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EOD Guy,
Would your circuit work using the column turn signal lever in place of the dpst switch? I am making a custom harness for my Lemans, but like the self cancelling feature of the column switch.
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If your useing a column switch you wouldn't need anything but the flasher...... all the switches are contained with-in the turn signal mech (in the column). BTW it's a DPDT switch not a DPST.

The column connector wire colors should be
Wht= Brake Switch
Dk Grn= R/Rear Stop/Turn
Yel= L/Rear Stop/Turn
Pur=Turn Sig Flasher
Brn=4 way flasher
Dk Blu= R/Frt turn
Lt/Blu= L/Frt Turn
Blk= Horn

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thanks. typo.
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it's all good, if you still have the column connector (the half circle connector) keep it....... they are hard to find and replace. You can get the terminals that fit inside it but the actual plastic connector is a bugger bear ti find one that's quality
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