General Question: FLASHER UNIT REPLACEMENT

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General Question: FLASHER UNIT REPLACEMENT

regandavies

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I have a 1.3 Panda Multijet diesel. On most cars the indicator flasher unit makes a decent audible 'click' that can be readily heard. Unless I'm driving VERY quietly and slowly, road noise (let alone the radio) is sufficient to render the flasher unit inaudible. As a safety feature, I would like to replace the flasher unit with something more audible.
Question 1: Where is the flasher unit situated?
Question 2: Any recommendations for something more noisy and where I might order it?

Thanks.
 

b1g1an

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You wouldn't replace the unit but there are buzzers/beepers available to add in the circuit, Google is your best friend.
 

Andy Monty

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if its anything like my grande punto there isn't a relay as such they are controlled by the body computer hence they fitted a sounder which is more of a peep than a click..

your best bet is to get a tow bar warning sounder and wire it in to the indicators (cant remember off the top of my head how to wire one in)

http://www.towsure.com/product/557-Audible_Flasher_Monitor

if its too loud you can pop the case open and use a bit of foam ear plug to muffle it a bit
 
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