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2011 Charger tail flasher question

Postby mike445 » Mon Nov 14, 2011 1:23 pm

I purchased the LSH Lights 11.1005.CHST tail light flasher made by ABLE 1. There are NO instructions besides what is printed on the flasher itself:
RED: +12V

My question is...for the brake input and tail light input...HOW do I hook it up?? Just tap into the tail light wire with the purple and tap into the brake light with the green? Shouldn't there be an input AND an output? I have everything but those 2 wires hooked up. I have 2 LED's on my rear deck (yellow and blue wires hooked to them). I'm just not sure what to do with the tail and brake lights. Any help would be appreciated. I'm also looking for a wiring diagram for the tail lights. Can't seem to find one anywhere. Thanks!

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Re: 2011 Charger tail flasher question

Postby ka8ypy » Wed Dec 28, 2011 6:23 pm

Police charger or civilian charger?

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Re: 2011 Charger tail flasher question

Postby spectragod » Thu Dec 29, 2011 7:05 am

Civillian and police units wiring will be the same in the rear. While I have never used that flasher, I will say this, if you do not understand how to hook it up, and have no instructions for it, you should let someone with experience do the job.

That said, I would not tie anything into the brakes lights on any car. If the car is an 11', they are all LED, and will require a special flasher for operation. Also, if it's an 11', I would only tie into the center assembly and isolate it with a relay. This has been discussed in detail on E-lightbars.
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Re: 2011 Charger tail flasher question

Postby ResponderPSE » Fri Jan 06, 2012 6:47 am

I don't know about the showme flasher, we only sell Sound-Off brand flashers. With the SoundOff unit, with the help of one of our customers, we came up with an installation solution that really works well: 2011 Charger Taillight Flasher Demo. If you can't get the showme unit working, we'd be happy to help you with a Sound-Off flasher and installation.


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