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Mustang Technical Discussion > Pre 1973 > No emergency flashers > Community Forums > Mustang Forum Australia - Mustang Tech

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rkmiller73
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The last time I used this company's wiring harness they were a long time, well proven brand. The harness was flawless and worked great. They were bought by another company and I have had several issues including a couple of male connections when there should have been female and vise versa. Problem is it only had a 1 year warranty and by the time I got to actually plugging stuff in the issues became apparent.
I have been told that company sold to another company that is more dedicated to quality. However I should have checked the harness out against an original when I first got it.

I still don't know why after I got the connections cleaned up with power to the socket with the test light that the incandescent bulb would not work, but the LED one does.


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Did they come with emergency flashers in 1967?

By this, do you mean hazard lights?

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Hazards - yes

There are two relay cans - one for turn signals and one for hazards. I forgot about the hazard light relay and since I am running all LED it needs an electronic relay can to work.


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The reason you need to swap to an electronic (LED) flash unit is the standard indicator bulbs are 18 W so they draw 1.5 amps on a 12 V circuit (x2) while the LEDs only draw about 0.3 amps each and make a standard flash unit flash too fast because it is designed to flash at a certain rate with a set load. The LED flash unit flashes at a constant rate independent of load.


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