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    Default Can the turn signal connector be re-wired?

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    M35A2 turn signal connector, I have 2 but both in pretty rough shape. Can they be disassembled and re-wired? I donít see how...
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    Aviation pin tools and probes for cannon plugs,
    thats what you can rebuild it with.
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    Sounds like a “no” for most people then.

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    Take it down to the local airport and
    find out who does avionics installations
    and offer them a case of beer and see
    if you get any takers. It’s a very
    common aviation part.
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    Where at in ky are you? We were just
    up there last week.
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    Jo, I have a kit for wires you can use. Should have the tools to take it apart if you want. Or I could just send the tools

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCKnife View Post
    Sounds like a ďnoĒ for most people then.
    ... but it's definitely a "YES" for someone capable of rebuilding his winches...

    Probably easiest if you had those special tools, although it can be done without them. You just need a soldering iron, tiny screwdriver, needle-nose pliers, some silicone grease and lots of patience...

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    Thanks guys. Let me figure out if the wires are the problem first. My interior turn signal indicator light has quit working, but the bulb is good. I'm thinking maybe it's the solid-state flasher inside the fender?

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    There is a good write up on here on making your own flasher using a common 24 volt flasher.
    "It is a proven fact that you cannot idiot proof anything due to Mother Nature's ability to constantly upgrade the common idiot." WM

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonjc View Post
    There is a good write up on here on making your own flasher using a common 24 volt flasher.
    https://www.steelsoldiers.com/showth...version-how-to
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