What Did Santa Claus Bring You for Your Car?

Discussion in 'Dodge Challenger General Discussions' started by SRT-Tom, Dec 25, 2020.

  1. B5blueRT

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    Both blinker indicators or just one? On a lot of cars, the faster pulsing indicates a burnt out lamp. It causes the flasher to pulse faster due to the change in resistance in the circuit. Not sure if the current gen Challengers use the round flasher that is located under the dash.
     
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    Yeah could be an intermittent short,a bad bulb,, or a blinker relay going bad as well. Ive had each of those cause the same issue. Hopefully I dont have any issues for awhile thats why I bought new this time lol. :: fingers crossed: :

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    left and right
    and so random I can't track it down.

    I think the "FLASHER" now is in the one of many Relay Boxes, but will try a "Heavy Duty" one if I find it.

    I plan on making a NEW Bracket for my BadBoy horn today, so I will look
     
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    well just FYI:

    "there is no such thing in the Challenger. Turn signal flasher (and rate) is controlled by the TIPM (Total Integrated Power Module) located in the left (passenger) front engine compartment (fuse box) and is incorporated into the existing TIPM electronics. This along with current monitoring makes the replacement of a "relay" or separate flasher module a non-issue, as it does not exist as such."
    But did get the bracket made and mounted the horn & Relay.
    Now just need to figure out how to get a wire through the firewall (without drilling a hole into the Heater Core :) )
     
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    I figured as much, so much for the old days when you could pop a new flasher in for $7.00. Now it's so much easier. You can upload, download, update, reboot and reinstall SW and/or replace the computer module for hundreds of dollars. Our new tech toys comes at a price. Still worth it. :)
     
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    A little late (just joined the site) but I did get these from Lloyds Mats. Although I had new factory mats these plush carpets with the orange trim are a nice addition. DSC07443 (2).JPG
     
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    Nice!