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Old 06-09-2011, 01:31 AM
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Flasher relay - located, but which one?

So in attempt to find some other electrical issues i decided to dig into the flasher/singal relay box just behind the dash cubby to the right of the steering column and here is what i found...Now the question is, which one is for the hazards? This is how they sat inside the box. I removed the black one first, signals still worked, hit the hazards and i still got that initial "click", but no hazards (the problem) and then of course i removed the blue one and, no signals, no initial click from the hazards. I am confused how this is supposed to solve my "no hazards" problem, but my fuses checked out fine.

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Old 06-09-2011, 02:05 AM
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Why don't you just replace both since they are pretty cheap.
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Old 06-09-2011, 02:09 AM
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There is nothing cheap about a Ford dealership...They want $15 each. Any suggestions where i can get them cheaper, then the ford dealership? Do auto parts stores carry relays like these? Thanks
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Old 06-09-2011, 04:30 AM
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From what you say, and the fact that the blue one says (2 (4)X 32CP, it looks like that one is your EF's.
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Old 06-09-2011, 07:18 AM
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The black one is the blower motor relay ( full size Ford ISO relay ).

This should have the same base part number ( 14B192-AA ) as the other full size ISO relays in the CJB & BJB

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Old 06-09-2011, 11:12 AM
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The black one is a standard Bosch/ISO relay used in virtually every brand of vehicle at one time or another: Ford, Volvo, GM, Jaguar, Jeep, Land Rover, BMW, Mercedes, etc. They're very common & inexpensive at any parts store, including WalMart's auto section. I collect them at junkyards because the OE relays are higher quality than the cheapo aftermarket ones, and if you're buying something else, they usually don't charge anything for the relays.
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Old 06-09-2011, 11:36 AM
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alright well ill get a handful, they really dont, i think they are like .50 cents per? There are like 20 f150s sitting out there right now...Im going to have a hay day I need a bunch of stuff haha...Thanks for the help guys!
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*Comp Cams #102600 with ported heads,Trick Flow valves and Comp Cam springs
*Yukon 4.56 Gears with Eaton posi unit
*Moser axles and diff cover
*K&N intake
*Edge programmer
*Pulleys
*Full true dual with long tubes.
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Old 06-09-2011, 04:14 PM
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turns out, it was the blue one. And the damn junk yard still charged 5 bucks per, i was like "how you about to charge for something i can get brand new for that price" Well i didn't want to run all over town, nor did i want to argue so, i took a few under the table, to make it worth while.. O'well, 1 problem down, 5 to go. Thanks guys!
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99' F 150 4.6 swapped 02' 5.4 and trans.

*Comp Cams #102600 with ported heads,Trick Flow valves and Comp Cam springs
*Yukon 4.56 Gears with Eaton posi unit
*Moser axles and diff cover
*K&N intake
*Edge programmer
*Pulleys
*Full true dual with long tubes.
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Hi FRod can you tell me how you got the flasher relay out - it's tucked way up under the dash

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Old 04-23-2012, 03:40 PM
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Hi FRod can you tell me how you got the flasher relay out - it's tucked way up under the dash

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Easiest way is to slide the seat all the way back, and cut on the flashers so you can feel the relay click, because your not gonna be able to see when you go to pull it. And just reach around until you feel it. Oh and try to make yourself as small as possible to fit up in there.
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So it's in a box? I pulled the plastic and steel panels off and saw nothing. Well there was a lone green relay towards the left. So i'm supposed to look for it towards the right or center console? Does the center console come off? Has anyone replaced it with the one for LED's? ...if so, do you still have the part #?

I can't see didly nor squat!
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Old 01-19-2013, 05:50 PM
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D'oh! It was the blue one behind the (plastic &) metal cover under the steering wheel on the left. To remove it, slide it backwards towards the front bumber. I have no clue how to release it from the harness.
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Old 01-19-2013, 08:06 PM
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Found the part # from the other forum TMI EL98-EP27 but it's one pin short which may be the one that checks for burned out bubs. Waiting for confirmation from superbrightled.
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Old 03-08-2013, 11:48 AM
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1999 f150 flasher relay

My flashers and brake lights are not working, bought a new relay but for teh life of me I cannot find it, spent a lot of time crawling on teh floor looking below the dash with falshlight to no avail, can anyone help by telling me exactly where it is?
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