TURNLALARM INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - REPLACEMENT TYPE
1. Locate the turn signal flasher in your vehicle. It is usually mounted under the dash, on the fuse panel, or under the console (motorhome). a)SOME VEHICLES HAVE 2 FLASHERS; ONE FOR TURN SIGNALS AND ONE FOR HAZARD. IF YOUR VEHICLE HAS ONLY ONE FLASHER, THEN THE FLASHER IS USED IN BOTH THE TURN-SIGNAL AND HAZARD MODE. IF THIS IS THE CASE, WE RECCOMMENDTHAT YOU USE OUR MODEL 262 OR 263 TURNALARMS WHEN COMPATIBLE WITH THAT TYPE. b)The Model 262LED & Model 263 LED TURNALARMS have an additional wire exiting from the top that must be connected to CHASSIS GND. Both units can operate with incandescent lamps as well as LEDs. c) IMPORTANT! Fuse the Models 262 and 263 for 25 AMPS when used with incandescent lamps. Otherwise fuse all other types for 15 AMPS. d) To locate the TURN SIGNAL flasher, activate the directional signal and listen or feel for a faint click coming from the flasher. 2. Remove the existing turn signal flasher. Your turn signal lights should stop flashing if you have found the turn signal flasher. Install the TURNALARM in its place and activate the directional signal. 3. Insure proper operation for sound and flashing of your turn signal lights. 4. The sound level from the TURNALARM can be reduced by partially covering the hole on the top of the unit with a small piece of tape. 5. Should your turn signal lights operate but you hear no beep from the TURNALARM, the opening (hole) on the top of the unit may be obstructed. 6. Should the pin-out of the removed flasher not be compatibible with the TURNALARM pin-out, SEE NOTE BELOW or TURNALARM COMPATIBILITY.DAECO
NOTE: The MODEL 262 TURNALARM uses a two terminal Flasher. Should the unit removed be a 3 terminal flasher, insert the two terminal TURNALARM into two of the three socket holes. Turn on the directional signal. If the lights flash, the unit is installed correctly. If the lights are steady off or on, the unit is installed incorrectly. THIS WILL CAUSE NO DAMAGE TO THE UNIT OR THE FLASHER WIRING. Unplug the unit and turn it 90 degrees in the appropriate direction so that the terminals align with the socket differently from the first attempt. The TURNALARM should now cause proper operation.