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My turn signals work but, my Emergency flasher are giving me a problem. They will flash real quick as they allways have when you put them on, but after a few seconds they slow down and quit flashing. Turn signals work fine.

I can not find my Haynes manual to look at a wiring diagram for the 92'-96', and was wondering if there are two seperate flasher relays on the 92' 96' bko's.

If the same relay is used for both, should I look at the steering column switch?

Will be doing the swap from the 1157 to 2057 to hopefully slow down the flashing.
 

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On my '85 , the turn signal relay is on the front of the fuse box, and the emergency flasher relay is on the back. Cant say for sure if the 92'-95' were the same though.
 

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yo;

The use of the wrong bulb can cause the flasher to flash too fast or too slow
Try another flasher if following test shows it to be bad...


Flash-to-Pass, Hazard, Multifunction Switch (MFS), Turn, Dimmer High & Low Headlight & Brake Light Testing & Wiring Diagram in 92-96;

Miesk5 NOTE the MFS testing is done with connectors disconnected; it's strictly an internal test of the MFS; & Brake Light & Turn, High & Low Headlight Dimmer, Flash-to-Pass & Hazard CKTs are a Feed-Through Circuit in Multifunction Switch (MFS)
Source: by Steve83 (Steve, That dirty old truck)




Multifunction Switch Wiring Diagram in 92-96 Bronco & F 150; for lighting only, turn signals, head lights, hazards, etc.
Source: by seijirou at SuperMotors.net
 

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Update, the 92'-96' have two flasher relays. The one for the haz flash is on the back of the fuze panel under steering column. I replaced and all is well for now.

Miesk5, thx for the info.
 
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