[Healeys] BJ8 Flasher Relay

Michael Salter michael.salter at gmail.com
Tue Apr 16 19:34:54 MDT 2019

Hi Randy, by "traced it back to a bad Flasher relay." I presume that you
have determined that there is no intermittent power on the #2 terminal of
the flasher relay.

The fault is probably slightly worn points inside the relay. Sometimes you
will find that just applying a little pressure to the top of the #2
terminal will be enough to start the lamp flashing. (use your 12 volt test
probe).If that works then worn points are definitely the issue.

Getting the flasher unit out to repair it is 90% of the job. Often without
removing it and a little higgery pokery you can bend the offending terminal
very slightly to have it make contact reliably.

Do you know a good mechanic ;-).


On Tue, Apr 16, 2019 at 6:06 PM Randy Hicks via Healeys <
healeys at autox.team.net> wrote:

> I have a front left directional out and have traced it back to a bad
> Flasher relay.
> Any recommendations on a replacement? (It is soooo easy to get to!!!) 😀
> Anyone used the Moss Solid State unit?
> TIA,
> Randy
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