Indicator lights

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Tony Freeman
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Indicator lights

Post by Tony Freeman » Sun Apr 02, 2017 14:44

I have no nearside indicators working just offside, when I put the hazards on all lights are working any suggestions please. Could it be the relay or indicator stalk?

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Re: Indicator lights

Post by Wally2 » Sun Apr 02, 2017 19:59

Hi Tony,
Such sophistication on a Moke! I think that the hazard unit works through the flasher unit so I would suspect that the fault could be in the indicator stalk, either a bad connection, broken wire or bad earth. Good luck, electrical faults are usually fun to sort out.
Chris
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Re: Indicator lights

Post by Tony Freeman » Tue Apr 04, 2017 19:54

Solution, spray with WD40 wait 24hours and hey presto indicators!!!

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Re: Indicator lights

Post by Wally2 » Tue Apr 04, 2017 20:10

Hi Tony,
Great that its fixed but what did you spray with the WD40? I am assuming it was the indicator stalk?

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Re: Indicator lights

Post by Tony Freeman » Tue Apr 04, 2017 20:21

Yes not the relay :D

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tasmoken
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Re: Indicator lights

Post by tasmoken » Mon Apr 10, 2017 3:23

I have a 1977 Australian moke which doesn't have a hazard warning switch
Can I add one into my indicators and what would be needed
Thanks in advance
Northern Tasmania the perfect place for Moking.

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