Gl1200 relay part #'s


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Gl1200 relay part #'s

Postby Pope82 » Fri Jan 01, 2016 1:58 pm



Does anyone know the napa , advance auto parts , auto zone or O'reilly auto part #'s for the head light , brake light and turn signal/ hazard light relays . I ordered some relays of eBay but I would like to get a replacement relays for future use.



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Re: Gl1200 relay part #'s

Postby WingAdmin » Sat Jan 02, 2016 8:50 pm

Pope82 wrote:Does anyone know the napa , advance auto parts , auto zone or O'reilly auto part #'s for the head light , brake light and turn signal/ hazard light relays . I ordered some relays of eBay but I would like to get a replacement relays for future use.


I doubt you're going to find them at an automotive store, unfortunately.

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Re: Gl1200 relay part #'s

Postby Pope82 » Sun Jan 03, 2016 10:13 am

I'm sorry I should have rephrased the question. If one was to convert the relays on their bike such as the turnsigal and hazard flasher relay over to a regular automotive flasher does any body know which ones would work and not flash too fast ?

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Re: Gl1200 relay part #'s

Postby Pope82 » Sun Jan 03, 2016 10:23 am

I also am not against changing the connector as long as it works right and replacements be more readily available.




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