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Flasher on a johndeere 2305
|Marc||The flasher on my tractor 2305 JD are not working the signal light and four way are out at the same time. I change the flasher relay for a new one still no respond check wire, wire okay,check fuses all okay for those I know. can you tell me if it is any relay or fuse some place because both quit a the same time, any problem on the JD 2305 on flasher if so I would like to know so I can fix the problem.
|Brad Krug||I have the same problem with the flashers not working. At the moment, I assume it's the $90 flasher module so it won't be changed anytime soon. Without a wiring diagram, I'm assuming that there is nothing between the module and the lamps. I rung out the wires to find which wire went to the lamps from the module, put 12 volts to it, and it lit. That's why I assume it's the module only. You may have bought a defective module. Let me know if you find something different. Hope this helps. Thanks.
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