537 flasher

DLuccia

Member
May 21, 2010
675
Greater Waterbury CT
I went to 4 auto parts stores today to replace one that I had years ago and no one sells them anymore. They were great lil flashers. Are they still made?
 

DLuccia

Member
May 21, 2010
675
Greater Waterbury CT
I went to 2 napas autozone and advance auto.


I picked up a one in the last place I would have found one. This old service shop where we useto get trailer stuff. Had a few of them in old school boxes
 

toon80

Member
May 24, 2010
2,489
Laval, Canada
I have a Aerodynic with rear flashers. They don't flash equally. I suppose the flasher is getting old...


The 537 looks more modern but about the same shape as the one in my aero.


This being said, is it "factory accurate" to change the flasher in my AeroDynic for the 537 flasher on this thread?


Thanks
 

shues

Lifetime VIP Donor
May 21, 2010
10,332
NW Indiana
porky said:
Go to a NAPA store and order an EL-13A-2 it is the same thing as the silver can 537 only square......

That's the part number for an electronic flasher. The 537 is a thermal flasher. These two things are not the same.
 

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