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Caddyroger
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join:2001-06-11
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[Tech] 10ma buzzer

Can you use a 10 ma buzzer connected to your turn signals with out doing any harm? Would this cause the signals to stay on longer or shorter. Would it be best to use relays? This is for a 2011 Camaro so no trailer, no relays.
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telco_mtl

join:2012-01-06
said by Caddyroger:

Can you use a 10 ma buzzer connected to your turn signals with out doing any harm? Would this cause the signals to stay on longer or shorter. Would it be best to use relays?

when ive played practical jokes on people, like wiring a horn into the turn signal, i have used the trailer wiring (often when its factory it goes through a relay already and wont affect the flash rate) if your vehicle has the towing package you are good to go


Caddyroger
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Sorry this is for a 2011 Camaro so no trailer no relays. I am going to add this to my original post.
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MooJohn

join:2005-12-18
Milledgeville, GA
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You shouldn't have any trouble at all. Just be sure to isolate the inputs from each blinker with a diode. Otherwise the current from the left side will also cause the right to blink, and vice versa.

Or, if the price is cheap enough, you can just use a buzzer on each side.
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