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1973 Fiat 126 [126A]

1973 Fiat 126 [126A] in Le camion, Movie, 1977 IMDB

Class: Cars, Supermini — Model origin: IT — Made for: F

1973 Fiat 126 [126A]

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Weasel1984 PL

2012-11-14 17:54

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So how did the flashers work in such French 126?

dsl SX

2012-11-14 17:57

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on-off-on-off-on-off etc. :p

Weasel1984 PL

2012-11-14 17:58

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:D

dsl SX

2012-11-14 18:04

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Serious answer - reminds me of this situation - /vehicle.php?id=532355 . Did F-spec sidelights flash when indicator used?

Weasel1984 PL

2012-11-15 20:52

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dsl wrote Serious answer

Still might be funny, maybe even more. ;)

blinski PL

2012-11-16 20:01

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Weasel - I read somewhere those lights were fitted with double filament bulbs with two separate circuits (hope I remember well. I can't find source, it was years ago).

rjluna2 US

2012-11-16 21:55

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That is what we have in our market: One indicator has one bulb with two filaments. The low power light is used for parking light and the high power light is for turn signal/flashing lights.

ingo DE

2012-11-16 22:22

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@rjluna2: in Japan, too. In a bag full with NOS front indicators for our club-stock, I've discovered a pair of them. In the parts catalogue they are listed as "M554", which means in the VW-systematics "made for J"

rjluna2 US

2012-11-16 22:26

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I may have an automobile light bulb in my collection that has two filaments :think:

ingo DE

2012-11-16 22:32

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Oh yes, the specific bulb has the M554-code, too. It is a standardized part, nothing specific. The VW-part-number is "N 017 738 2" ("N" for "normiert"). Maybe you still can buy them at a VW-garage. If the part-number was changed during the years, this doesn't matter. The actual part-stock-computer-programme can find it out.

Weasel1984 PL

2012-11-17 23:18

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blinski wrote Weasel - I read somewhere those lights were fitted with double filament bulbs with two separate circuits (hope I remember well. I can't find source, it was years ago).

Yes, I guss it had to work "more automatic".

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