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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-03-2019, 11:01 AM Thread Starter
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Turn signal/flasher relay holder

Does anyone use a holder for the turn signal and emergency flasher relay? It look like in my wiring manual there is a small holder that secures them.


Anyone know a part number?
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I have 2 Fords so I may be confused but I'm pretty sure the mustang had this thing up in there. It has a hole in the end to attach it to where ever it attaches up in there.






I found it on Ebay. I'm not sure who else might have it.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/17347850807...true#vi-ilComp
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The one for the turn signal is usually attached to the side of the driver side fresh air vent and the one for the Emergency flasher is usually attached under the dash on the passenger side in front of the heater box resistor I believe

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Found the turn signal one behind the fresh air vent.

Macstang, that's what I'm looking for. It attaches via the bolt that attaches the passenger side of the A/C to underdash and firewall brace. Just need to know what its called and/or part number. Search for "underdash flasher clamp" on NPD and CJ's brings up 20 pages of anything from nuts and bolts to replacement gas tanks

May have to get it on Ebay. Thanks for the link
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Here is the pic form the assembly manual. Says part number is C1TF-13351-A but that doesn't show up on NPD or cj's website
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I Googled "66 Ford flasher bracket" and a whole bunch of stuff came up on them.

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•Rally Pac •Console •Deluxe Belts
•LOTS of Rotunda accessories

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•289 / 2100 •C4 Auto
•Dealer A/C • Console
•Dual Exhaust • Power Steering

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•289 / 2100 •C4 Auto
•Factory A/C •Console
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If you're not too fussy just run to Home Depot and get a conduit hanger, remove the bolt (or not) and snip off the ends (or not).

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If you're not too fussy just run to Home Depot and get a conduit hanger, remove the bolt (or not) and snip off the ends (or not).

You know, I know I've seen this somewhere before! Thanks!
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