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Yay Coach! Flasher units in and all working! I could not have done it without you having my back and talking me through. I will be forever grateful to you Demitris. Thank you, Sir!
Glad to know that you have finally located it. I would be tempted to test the unit first, but since they are very cheap anyway, it doesn't harm too much order a new one. It doesn't have to be a genuine part, your local motor spares shop could probably sell you something suitable. The A post is the post that the front door is attached to.
Hi Demetris, just wanted to update you on my progress. I found the other flasher unit where you described. I will try to order off ebay. Thanks again!
OK, you have found the big obvious one, with a multiplug on it. The one for the turn signals it is a little further in, i mean towards the engine, but it is significantly smaller. I have just looked in my car and i understand that it is not very visible. It has its back (i.e. opposite to the spade connectors side) resting on the A post, while 2 wires should be connected to it.
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Ok, will go deeper. Thanks for hanging in there with me Demetris! Can you tell what the A post is? As you can tell, a real rookie here! BTW, car is for sale under new posts with a link to photos on Facebook. Will keep you posted and really appreciate the help.
Hi Demitris, the flasher unit was right were you said it would be! I unpluggged it and of course the emergency flasher became inoperable. I realized I meant the turn signal flasher unit. Are they one and the same or is it true there is a second one behind the instrument panel? Geez, two flasher units, what next?! I have one on order but fear it won't help my turn signals not working.
Thanks for your kind advice.
So very kind of you Demetris! I hate being seen as impolite not using my blinkers so this is great news. I will give it a try.
Regards,
Jeff
Hi Demetris, You kindly helped me with non-working flashers a while back. You said the flasher unit was under the glove box by the A pillar. Is it possible to reach this without removing the instrument panel? I fear going in that deep as my skills are limited. I really appreciate you sharing your knowledge.
Thanks,
Jeff
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Hi Jeff, you don't have to worry, there is no need to dismantle anything to reach flasher unit. You just unhook the strap that holds the glovebox open, to let it fall a little more, and you will be able to see and reach the flasher unit, wedged on a rectangular receptor on the A pillar. It is on driver's side on mine, but if you don't find it there, it is worth checking on the other side too.
Hi David , just checking , are you sorted with the 3500 you were looking for some time ago .
I have a 1972 P6 3500 that may be coming up for sale within the next few weeks.. quite a nice looker (arn't they all ) in a superb blue .
Stainless steel exhaust .. and the Webasco roof. less than 70.000 miles … based in the Midlands .
Regards
Pat Pearce
Hi Derek,
I think that choke cable will be ok if its still for sale please?
Cheers,
Chas.
Hey John, I was wondering how you got on with the HIF6 conversions the other day. Where you able to make up the see saw?
yep---genau....und aktuell wieder zu verkaufen...ich fahre einfach zu wenig damit.....und zum rumstehen ist er zu schade......
Hi Lewis. I'd be interested in seeing what spare you have with this car. I really don't have room for another car, I have 3 already. I live about half an hour south of Edinburgh but work just outside Penicuik. Could I arrange a time to have a look at what you have? Cheers Dave
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