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Flasher unit does not work - kaput - mazda 323

I'm from Argentina, they ask me 2 months wait for bringing the unit from abroad, I'm sure it must be replaceble with something else.
Code: BG1P 66 830 3211-209-320 (21W x 2 + 1.4W) 12.6V 90 c/x dot (I'm not sure if it says c/x... guess it´s the flashing frequency).

Is this so critical, are there equivalents, I know the socket can be adapted though it wouldn't be very neat perhaps, but I need this unit to work.


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  • aviafan Nov 29, 2008

    Thank you. I had been told there could be a way to adapt it. Yesterday I visited an electrician that used to fix problems in my previous car, it happened he was closed when this happened, and with TWO DOTS OF TIN the problem was solved in the original japanese part.



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Hi aviafan;

I bet any flasher would work. They are not that complicated. as long as the pins on the socket match up

Have you tried to locate one on EBay???

Hope this helps Loringh ps Please leave a rating for me Thanks

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There's a reply that gives me a solution which I was told about, but the impartance is that it reinforces this solution as possible.
On the other side, I was able to go to a person who solved my problem soldering with tin the original part in a false connection. The problem was another electrician had told me to replace it. It was not necessary.
Thank you.

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