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rickmg #1449590 Wed Apr 27 2022 01:00 AM
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I took off the lenses, the front bulb is TS1129, rear bulb is T63. I added a ground wire, no change. My electrical system is 6V. See no need to change it. Now to locate a 535 flasher.

Rick

bartamos #1449592 Wed Apr 27 2022 01:16 AM
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Originally Posted by bartamos
By the way, the turn signal switch/clamp needs good ground to column.

If you don't, and you tend to hang your arm out the window, you can feel a buzz on your arm where it touches the window opening. Every time the bulbs light up. Especially, if you're like me and keep your hand on your turn signal switch so that you remember to cancel after a turn. Don't ask me how I know.

rickmg #1449610 Wed Apr 27 2022 02:40 AM
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Yes Buy a 535 and 4 new 1129 bulbs also. (NAPA)...........T63 no good. Not bright. 1129 may not fit rear housing (vintage arrow). It's taller and larger diameter, So try the 1129 you have in that vintage arrow light.

Not sure what "added a ground wire means" or where you added. Just make sure socket inside is shinny metal. Make sure it's housing is clean bolted to chassis/body. Probably OK since they have all been blinking, albeit fast.


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rickmg #1451400 Wed May 11 2022 10:26 PM
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Update

Changed all the bulbs. Did not fix problem. Made a different mounting system to steering column and checked ground. Did not fix problem. Rewired the switch to accept a 535 Flasher. Lo and behold, problem fixed.

Thanks for your input

Rick

rickmg #1451439 Thu May 12 2022 08:28 AM
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thumbs_up Thank you for the update. There are some who never let us know results.


Watch out for careful drivers!!!
I'm away on an ego trip. Will be back on Feb 30.
I'm not an Auto Mechanic, but I play one on TV.
I charge $0.02 for every opinion and I take Paypal.
Plan B is always better than plan A, by definition.
"We have no time for comment, every man will make his own. LET IT BE MADE WITH POWDER AND BALL!!!"
I recommend invoking MIL-T-FP41c when machining and fabricating
I used to think beer was bad for me, so I gave up thinking.
Sometimes no nonsense makes sense, in a sense.
You can't teach a new dog old tricks.
Honk if you're Amish


rickmg #1451545 Fri May 13 2022 12:53 PM
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More info. I have the original instructions on how to install the 1939 Turn Signal. The switch can be configured for either 4 or 2 bulb installation. The fog lights I used were 1939 Chevrolet Fog Lights Part No. 985444 Single, 985445 Double. Price $4.25 and $8.25. Turn Signal Part No. 985257, $11.

Rick

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