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    Ok so I found my flasher relay I know this is it but have yet to see this on on this forum. I have a 2008 if that helps. I know its it because no blinky blink when I removed it. I have some LED signals on the way so was wondering if I could get some help finding this one online since the parts stores around here have zero clue whats going on. Heres a pic thanks for the help.







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    You will not likely find a flasher that is not load sensitive in that form factor. To run the LEDs you'll need to wire in resistors to up the wattage or adapt the wiring harness to fit a generic 2-conductor electronic flasher. Resistors wipe out any wattage saved by switching to LEDs. I'd clip the original plug and leave a little pigtail in case I'd evr want to restore the stock system, then wire on a couple plug in wire ends to fit a universal electronic flasher. The new flasher will come with a diagram that shows which terminal goes to power and which to load.




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    Yea there is no finding this on anywhere local. I did find this one in a thread tho. Hard to tell if it will work tho. I didnt want to run resistors but to save time I may. Heres a link to the other I found but hard to tell what do you guys think.



    http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p/...-Flasher-Relay

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    That is the flasher that I have and it flashes my front and rear led signals with no issues. Wire as stated by qwerty
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    Quote Originally Posted by operose View Post
    That is the flasher that I have and it flashes my front and rear led signals with no issues. Wire as stated by qwerty


    Wait my stock flasher or the flasher on Rockmountain is the one you have? Kinda hard to read that one. Did you have the relay I have now and replace it with the one from Rockmountain? Trying to add this one up sorry. If all fails Ill throw on some resistors even tho it defeats half the purpose of LED lights but oh well.

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    It is 4 times as much work to wire in the resistors as it is to wire in an electronic relay. You must have some really stupid people at your local auto parts stores. All you really need is a 2-terminal flasher that is ot load sensitive and a couple insulated connectors that crimp on the wires and slide on the replacement flasher's terminals. Plug the sucker in, and if it doen't flash, reverse the wires.




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    To clarify for you, I replaced the stock yamaha flasher with the tusk flasher you have pictured from rocky mt. Atv. All you have to do is crimp some terminals on and you're done. You are wayyy overthinking this, and definitely no need for resistors
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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty View Post
    It is 4 times as much work to wire in the resistors as it is to wire in an electronic relay. You must have some really stupid people at your local auto parts stores. All you really need is a 2-terminal flasher that is ot load sensitive and a couple insulated connectors that crimp on the wires and slide on the replacement flasher's terminals. Plug the sucker in, and if it doen't flash, reverse the wires.


    Oh there dumb. I get it now tho snip off the female end that the relat goes on put on 2 connectors to go over the new relays terminals poof done. As long as its a 2 terminal electronic flasher ill be good. I was over thinking that one

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