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I have a 1967 Cougar with turn signal problems. Does anybody know where the turn signal relay (flasher) is located ? Sequential cam works, emergency flasher works, but no turn indicators front or back and no dash lights. I replaced switch in steering column. Oh, and we checked the bulbs and fuses.

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t bird parts.

The early cougars used T bird parts and those can have problems with moisture , relays, motors, what ever. later years use solid state parts, more reliable. you might find some info on a T bird Forum.
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I just saw a sequential setup, all new solid state, LED on TV. It was on Stacy Davids show- Gearz .
He had a setup for a 67 cougar called the interceptor.
Cant think of the vendor, but they are out there.
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I remember working on a 68 Cougar with sequencial turnsignals at a Ford Mercury dealer in the early 70s,all I remember was in the trunk,right behind the rear seat back,was a whole panel of relays,flashers,and miles of wire,I know I fixed it,but it took a couple days!
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new mustang sequential

I saw a new mustang the other day and it had sequential lights. I don't know if is factory or after market. I don't know what year cougars changed to solid state parts.
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Turn Signal relay

Thanx fellas. Mustangs Unlimited has the new electronic version that replaces the mechanical relays. Not going to fight it anymore. Just gonna bite the bullet.
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