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Need loud signal flasher for 2008 Toyota RAV4

I have a 2008 Toyota RAV4 - Need to replace original signal flasher with a louder one. I tried JC Whitney's loud flasher but it was not a connector match. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Toyota does not make one.
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Let me guess...you don't have all your hearing and are changing lanes and forgetting blinker on after lane changes? Problem is the flasher on yours is pretty much a module, not a bi-metal strip like the older ones that made more noise. You can glue a square of thin sheet metal to the module and it will act as a speaker, or you can install a pair of hood mounted "bullet" style small lights with low-draw bulbs in them, on the hood where you can see them, wired to the front directional bulb harness. I have a pair of old light housings from the hood of a 73 dodge dart custom, with led lights on my hood for that very reason...Good luck!

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The module can be replaced by a chime or a truck blinker switch from a diesel truck shop and you may here it, however the other guy is right and has a couple good ideals. JC whitnet has one
here is the web page. and this is for the
RAV 4 http://www.jcwhitney.com/autoparts/Search?catalogId=10101&storeId=10101&sku=loud+turn+signal+flasher
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