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My dad's blinkers quit working on his 83' Interstate 1100. When you turn on the switch, the marker light comes on, but doesn't blink.

So we believe it's the relay. The question I have is, what relays will interchange?

His has three wires coming out of it, I see some that have a push in connector. Will these interchange if wired correctly.

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Had the same problem with my83 GL1100 Aspencade. Replaced the flasherwith one from NAPA. It has the 3 posts coming out of it, and works perfectly.



Had to take the 3 female ends out of that stock plastic housing (you can push a small nail into the front side to depress the snap and pull the wire out the back side).



I can't recall the model number of the flasher, but I'll see if I can find it. It was the only 3 post one there though, and was only $14 !!!
 

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Here we go -- Tridon Stant EP 28



Also, if you search EP 28 on the site'sforum search, you can see other posts (like ones mentioning this flasher should work for LED lights too).



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You don't have to use a 3 pin flasher. A 2 pin works just as well, just leave off the green wire. Get the electronic one, it's less than $10.
 

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DaveO430 wrote:
You don't have to use a 3 pin flasher. A 2 pin works just as well, just leave off the green wire. Get the electronic one, it's less than $10.
i`ll second that . thats what i have done on mine .
 

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Sounds like a 2 pin has worked then. Here's the site where I found the original info when changing mine out: linkIt has a photo as well.



Whatever you go with, I'd recommend pushing those connecters out of the plastic housing and taking a look before going shopping. They might be smaller than you think, and a lot of flashers have bigger pins/posts than the OEM connectors.
 

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Thanks for the fast information guys,,, I can always count on you guys helping out.
Thanks, Joey
 
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