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66 Canadian Pontiac fusebox picture for a member who requested it:

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It looks like the spot in the top left corner for the flasher. Those two cavities that are 90 degrees off from each other. I just don't see any terminals in those cavities. Are there metal terminal ends in there?

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I have to check again. But it doesnt look like it...



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When did emergency flashers become standard? I know a guy with a 67 Parisienne who didn't realize the flasher on the fuse block was for the emergency flashers, and his turn signal flasher was elsewhere.

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Is it possible for someone to rotate the 66 Bonneville photo 90 degrees clockwise?



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I don't see any contacts for a flasher, and I don't think it would sit that well with the screw holding the condenser/capacitor down.

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seventy2plus2 wrote:

When did emergency flashers become standard? I know a guy with a 67 Parisienne who didn't realize the flasher on the fuse block was for the emergency flashers, and his turn signal flasher was elsewhere.


 But for 66 when they were an accessory (or an option like mine has that is like an accessory) the flasher for the hazards wouldn't be in the fuse box. 



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4SPEED427 wrote:
seventy2plus2 wrote:

When did emergency flashers become standard? I know a guy with a 67 Parisienne who didn't realize the flasher on the fuse block was for the emergency flashers, and his turn signal flasher was elsewhere.


 But for 66 when they were an accessory (or an option like mine has that is like an accessory) the flasher for the hazards wouldn't be in the fuse box. 


 I know my buddy's 65 Catalina 2+2 has the red knob accessory for the emergency flashers.



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seventy2plus2 wrote:
4SPEED427 wrote:
seventy2plus2 wrote:

When did emergency flashers become standard? I know a guy with a 67 Parisienne who didn't realize the flasher on the fuse block was for the emergency flashers, and his turn signal flasher was elsewhere.


 But for 66 when they were an accessory (or an option like mine has that is like an accessory) the flasher for the hazards wouldn't be in the fuse box. 


 I know my buddy's 65 Catalina 2+2 has the red knob accessory for the emergency flashers.


 Makes sense, like my 66, but my point is the 66, and also the 65 flasher isn't in the fuse box. That didn't happen until 1967. (unless I'm wrong, not the first time!)



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Where is the flasher then on a 65 CP Carl? I have the harness out, and the only place I see one is on the block. And no emerg. flashers in 65.



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Wierd enough I found a flasher in the trunk box that looks like it fits, but wont because of that bolt.

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Where is the flasher then on a 65 CP Carl? I have the harness out, and the only place I see one is on the block. And no emerg. flashers in 65.


 Sorry, I should have clarified, the hazard flasher isn't in the box on 65-66 CP. 



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