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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old Jul 25th, 19, 7:15 AM Thread Starter
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Correct Hazard Flasher 1970 Chevelle

What was the original type of hazard flasher for a 1970 Chevelle. I've seen multiple kinds listed but I don't know which was the number and type installed at the factory.
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Re: Correct Hazard Flasher 1970 Chevelle

In 70 wasn't it built into the steering column?

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Re: Correct Hazard Flasher 1970 Chevelle

The flasher can is mounted to the fuse box, turn signal can is on top of the steering column.
I have a '552' H.D flasher on my 70 ElCo but its not the original.
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Re: Correct Hazard Flasher 1970 Chevelle

The four way flasher switch on my 70 SS 454/M-22 El Camino is on the column. Its a little chrome pull down button about the size of a dime. One flasher is in the fuse box, The other flasher is mounted under the dash. I will try and get some numbers today. Not sure ,,But I think both are Org.
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The four way flasher switch on my 70 SS 454/M-22 El Camino is on the column. Its a little chrome pull down button about the size of a dime. One flasher is in the fuse box, The other flasher is mounted under the dash. I will try and get some numbers today. Not sure ,,But I think both are Org.
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Thanks I'm referring to the can and the rectangular electronic components.
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Re: Correct Hazard Flasher 1970 Chevelle

I went out and pulled the hazard flasher out of my 70 and took a picture of it thinking "I'll read what it says in the photo" but now I can't read the writing in the picture and have no idea if it has been replaced.

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Thanks I'm referring to the can and the rectangular electronic components.

What rectangular electronic components?
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Re: Correct Hazard Flasher 1970 Chevelle

Some cans were rectangular. I have a few in an old parts box. Been a long time but I think they came off a 71 Comet I originally owned.

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Re: Correct Hazard Flasher 1970 Chevelle

My GM catalog says the 4-way hazard flasher is 3883794, Signal Stat 175. It's rectangular and bare metal with a green or black ink imprint that also says "DOT".

The turn signal flasher is 383639, Tong Sol 224. It's a round metal or plastic can and appears to be very light blue.
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My GM catalog says the 4-way hazard flasher is 3883794, Signal Stat 175. It's rectangular and bare metal with a green or black ink imprint that also says "DOT".

The turn signal flasher is 383639, Tong Sol 224. It's a round metal or plastic can and appears to be very light blue.
This is exactly what I was looking for Paul. Thank you. Do you know if there was a plant specific type based on the assembly plant or was it just a whatever the supplier (tung-Sol or Signalstat) sent?
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Re: Correct Hazard Flasher 1970 Chevelle

I don't know.

My '71 Monte has two bare metal round cans so despite what the parts catalog numbers say, I don't think there's a "wrong" flasher.

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