hello wild west auto here to help
is your flasher a three pin or two
was the one from napa same configuration
have you check the fuses
have you checked the turn signal switch for power and power when switch is on
yes, when I have the original flasher installed, there is a scratchy noise emitted from it when your turn the turn signal on. When the new one I purchased from Napa is installed, there is no noisy at all.
there is a possiblity that is a bad flasher
even though it is new
it fits the same pins as the old one but does not work, so that may be the answer. is it possible that the new one requires a different wiring configuration?
no there isnt but a few different flashers and there is a two pin and a three pin and different voltages check to see if there is a higher amp flasher maybe they picked up the wrong amp flasher
have had bad flashers parts not made like they used to be
the new one says it handles a max of 6 lamps and the old one says 4. could this mean anything?
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I will take the new one back tomorrow and get it exchanged for a replacement. I will let you know and will accept at that time. thanks.
yes thank you
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will do and thanks again.
yes let me know how it comes out
Exchanged NAPA flasher for a new one. It still does not work!
Any more ideas such as where I can purchase a Daihatsu OEM flasher or where I can find information of a correct substitute?
have you tryed the parts store to see if they could interchange the part number
also i would check the grounds for the turn signals which should be behind the left kick panal
Yes, as I told you much earlier, I purchased what was supposed to be an interchangeable part from Napa. I also told you earlier that I was getting power to the flasher. I think I need to find an original manufacture flasher to get this thing fixed. Although my problem that I originally contacted you about is still not fixed, thanks for your help. I guess I will have to go elsewhere to try and find the part.