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Turn signal relay made of chrome billet

Old 01-12-2006, 07:03 PM
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Turn signal relay made of chrome billet

My signal relay burnt up on my shawk . I went to the local dealer to get a new one. WELL THAT WAS A SHOCKER. Expecting to pay about 10-15 bucks for a new one. They told me $51 and they'd have to order it. I almost fell in the floor from lack of oxygen.Fifty one dollars for a fricken turn signal relay. I've bought them for my car for like 5$ at the most.
Anyhow if I can't find a new one cheaper I was hoping someone on here had one they could fling my way cheap. Maybe trade for somehing cause I got a few spare parts layin around.
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Old 01-13-2006, 06:40 AM
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Re: Turn signal relay made of chrome billet

Thanks for the info, I checked ronayers too, with shipping its like $45. Bout the same as Honda of Houston. I don't know much when it comes to electrical stuff, Thats why I usually stick with the stock stuff, but with their prices I've been finding myself makeing alternatives lately. I''ll be visiting the auto parts today on my way to the shop. Thanks ,
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Relay for a 550 Nighthawk

Originally Posted by bronco78 View Post
How about $34 38301-KK9-952 - RELAY, TURN SIGNAL

Part Number: 38301-KK9-952
Description: RELAY, TURN SIGNAL
Source: HONDA
Price: $34.43

http://www.ronayers.com/browseparts....=38301-KK9-952

or better yet,, get a solid state one from any auto supply store for said $5,, it will work just as well
I'm in the same situtation with my Nighthawk, my local Honda dealer has quoted me $75 for a signal relay - if I go to an auto supply store, not knowing too much about relays, how do I get one that will work?
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Old 10-30-2010, 07:35 AM
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Originally Posted by mikey-110 View Post
I'm in the same situtation with my Nighthawk, my local Honda dealer has quoted me $75 for a signal relay - if I go to an auto supply store, not knowing too much about relays, how do I get one that will work?
Take the old one with you into the store and ask the parts guy.
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Check out SuperbriteLEDs.com. You can get an electronic flasher for 15 bucks. Uses the same plug too.
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