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Thread: RIGHT FLASHER, WONT flash in cluster, no lambda light too

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    RIGHT FLASHER, WONT flash in cluster, no lambda light too

    I got a problem

    all the flashers works fine around the car but the right flasher doenst flash in the cluster ?? already changed the bulbs

    i ve got no lamda light in the cluster too..

    need some help.

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    Most likely the flex circuit board in the binnacle is the cause for bad connection.
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    "replaced the bulbs" Which bulbs, the dash bulbs?

    If the dash bulbs are intact, replace the printed circuit board. $32 at DMCH:
    http://store.delorean.com/p-7080-printed-circuit.aspx

    Those things are easy to break a connection on and ridiculous to repair, replacement makes the most sense.

    Otherwise, bulb replacement in dash and you'll be set. If you're not sure, swap with a known good bulb in the dash (other blinker? Headlights? High beams? Etc.) and re-check.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiguido View Post
    I got a problem

    all the flashers works fine around the car but the right flasher doenst flash in the cluster ?? already changed the bulbs
    Interesting - Mine has developed the same issue. Right turn instrument cluster lamp isn't flashing. I haven't tried to replace it yet.

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    Incandescent bulbs blow out far more frequently in blinking locations than steady locations from what I remember. Something about number of times turned on/off rather than hours run. LED's are immune and dim instead.

    As a "while you're in there", LED's can be considered. Not the battery light yet -- that one is entirely possible to do but requires careful balancing of two separate circuits and I have not been able to field test yet. No promises.
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