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Old 02-27-2009
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1st Gen (? 1990) Flasher question

Been checking over all the LED posts her, but most are for newer trucks... Mine has the older style 2-blade Wagner 224 Flasher, but I've been unable to track down which of the 2 double blade flashers for LEDs would work... They have different pin-outs...

1.
L=Load
+=12V IN

or

2.
L=Load
B=12V IN

I haven't been able to determine which pin out the Wagner 224 actually is... Anyone know? I'd hate to buy both and hope I get it right the first time...


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It's been a while, but when I got my electronic flasher for my LEDs I just went to advanced and they had 2 different kinds on the shelf

Looked like this

http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/web...S_612699054___

very cheap and easy to find
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Looks like I got lucky...

The guys at the local Advance Auto Parts had one open and let me try it in the truck real quick... Cooper Bussmann 232 Heavy Duty works fine, flashes a *wee* bit quicker than the stock w/ bulbs, but not enough to worry about and unlike some solutions, actually 'clicks'

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The guys at the local Advance Auto Parts had one open and let me try it in the truck real quick... Cooper Bussmann 232 Heavy Duty works fine, flashes a *wee* bit quicker than the stock w/ bulbs, but not enough to worry about and unlike some solutions, actually 'clicks'

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Mine flashes a bit faster than my old one did, but with the led turn signals it's actually convienent because the light immediately shuts off completely unlike the regular filament bulbs, glad it worked out for ya tho!
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