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Unread 03-23-2015, 05:27 PM   #1
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Schematic for turn signal relay

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I am looking for a schematic for the turn signal relay. I posted this same request last week. It may not come across in the written form but I truly appreciate all who tried to help. However if I was looking for instructions to unplug one flasher and plug in a new one I would have made that request.

I had a relay with the cracked solder resulting in no left signal. Tried to solder the crack and the circuit board began to disintegrate. When plugged back in the result was a constantly on right turn signal, no hazards and a warning buzzer. Bought a new relay and plugged it in and I have no turn signals and no hazards.

I need a diagram of the relay and the terminals on the fuse block. Can anyone direct me to this information. Thank you in advance.

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