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Old 08-21-2005, 08:23 PM
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Turn signal problem

I'm in need of a six volt turn signal flasher for a 1954 ford customline. I've had no luck getting one in my area. Can someone give me an address for this item.
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Here ya go, theres lots to fit '54 Ford, If it's 2 prong it's the 3rd 1 down from the list. http://www.parts123.com/PartFrame.asp?ZTM=cadeffch&GHOME=www.macsautoparts .com/&TITLE=Mac's_Antique_Auto_Parts
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Turn signal problem solved

Thanks for the web sites Matt1 67
I grew up in small town 5 miles from yours

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Flashers

Doc here,

I did a web search for 6 volt flashers last night for you..

It looks like (with the exception of stock VW's) Those are drying up! I found very few (at least on the INTERNET) offering 6 volter's..

SO , If you have an outlet for them there..it might behoove you to buy a handful of them for future fails...ya think?

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I can't find the flasher in my 54 Ford. Would you tell me where it's located?
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