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classic fit from AAW

I'm working on my second install of an America Autowire classic fit system in a 72 Monte that I'm building. I seem to have an extra flasher left double checked the harness and the sheets and there is no call for the other flasher just one in the fuse box which is there. Also has anyone try to reuse the original seat belt light.

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old Jun 11th, 15, 11:59 AM
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Re: classic fit from AAW

Maybe Donnie at AAW can answer your question(s) better !

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Re: classic fit from AAW

The flasher on the fuse box is for the four way hazard lights.
The turn signal flasher is hanging by the harness that it's plugged into.

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Re: classic fit from AAW

Which kit do you have?

There is a Classic Update and a Factory Fit. One is modernized for custom wiring, the other is stock plug 'n play...... There's no "Classic Fit".

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Re: classic fit from AAW

It's the classic update. It looks as if the system only takes one flasher and that is what I recall from the other kit I put in as the flasher uses a 15amp fuse.

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