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Flasher relay pinout?


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Does anyone have, or know where to find, the pinout of oilhead flasher relay?

I don't have the fuse box, simply direct connections to the flasher relay itself and with the "BMW style" turn signal switchgear the connections are not obvious.

 

Appreciating any and all help!

 

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Mikko

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Lets say the relay is from a 1100RT.

 

AFAIK, the fuse boxes are same for 1100RT and 1150RT. Extrapolating from there I made an assumption (should have known better...) that all oilheads (except for R1100S which uses completely different electrics) use same flasher relay.

 

The relay will not be used in a 1100RT :grin:

 

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Mikko

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Mikko, well, I hope someone else here has something better for you..

 

I have the 1100 in book form that is spread over about 4 pages with no pin numbers but circuit wire colors & switches shown.. Only problem is my scanner is out for repair so I have no way of making an electronic copy.. With no switch or flasher unit pin numbers shown I can’t even tell you what goes where as you & I would have no common reference..

 

The only thing I have in electronic form that I can find is the 1150 GS.. This will probably help you out,, only problem is I can barely read the document on my computer & when I try to shrink it enough to send it electronically is looks to be difficult to see pin numbers..

 

If you E-Mail me or PM me your E-Mail address I will send you the page in .jpg form.. Not sure it will be real readable but it might print out OK (worth a try I guess)..

 

Lots of wires on that flasher unit so you really need to see the schematic in person..

 

Twisty

 

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Thanks Twisty, I got the jpegs and it's quite readable.

 

Only the flasher pin numbers/pin names are little fuzzy, can you verify those for me?

 

From what I see it goes something like this (from left to right)

Pin 1, can't read the name (switched +12V from load release relay)

Pin 2, can't read the name (12+ directly from battery)

Pin 3, TL (left turn switch)

Pin 5, WB (4-way switch)

Pin 4, TA (turn signal cancel)

Pin ?, TR (right turn switch)

Pin 12, L (left blinkers)

Pin ?, R (right blinkers)

Pin 7, Ground

 

Thanks again!

 

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Mikko

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Andy Johnston
Thanks Twisty, I got the jpegs and it's quite readable.

 

Only the flasher pin numbers/pin names are little fuzzy, can you verify those for me?

 

From what I see it goes something like this (from left to right)

Pin 1, can't read the name (switched +12V from load release relay)

Pin 2, can't read the name (12+ directly from battery)

Pin 3, TL (left turn switch)

Pin 5, WB (4-way switch)

Pin 4, TA (turn signal cancel)

Pin ?, TR (right turn switch)

Pin 12, L (left blinkers)

Pin ?, R (right blinkers)

Pin 7, Ground

 

Thanks again!

 

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Mikko

 

Hi Mikko

 

these are the pin no.s / names from a haynes manual for 1150rt

 

1-15e

2-30

3-TL

4-TA

5-WBT

6-R

7-31

8-TR

12-L

 

Cheers

 

Andy

 

 

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Mikko

 

 

 

Pin 1, can't read the name (switched +12V from load release relay)___ (looks like 1SE, OR 15E)

Pin 2, can't read the name (12+ directly from battery)___ (looks like 30U)

Pin 3, TL (left turn switch)__OK

Pin 5, WB (4-way switch)__OK

Pin 4, TA (turn signal cancel)__OK

Pin ?, TR (right turn switch)__OK

Pin 12, L (left blinkers)__OK

Pin ?, R (right blinkers)__OK

Pin 7, Ground__OK

 

 

Twisty

 

 

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