Turn Signal Flasher
From Unofficial Zero Manual
The turn signal ("blinker") flasher is a simple three prong flasher relay.
- It's attached directly by a plug so is easily replaced if it fails (or for an LED compatible unit).
Flasher Unit 12V 2x10W PN: 8078 Made by Ecie Cheng Du
GUILERA Flasher Unit 12V 10+10W+1,2W P.N. 013341
- Low Noise Revision
- As of 2016, the part is revised with the description "low noise".
- This suggests reduced electronic and/or audible noise.
- This model of flasher relay is noticeably quieter, and that year coincides with reports from Zero management of EU EMF/EMC noise compliance expenditures.
- 2019 discrepancy
- There is a report from a 2019S owner that CF14 wiring and a relay was present.
- No further information is known; please revise if you learn more.
- Silent Revision
- As of 2020?, the part is from the manufacturer Guilera and makes no audible noise.
- This again suggests reduced electronic noise, again likely as a result of EU EMF/EMC noise compliance expenditures.
- The orientation is specific:
- Look at the pins with the middle L (load) pin on top.
- 2018+: The orientation should be B+ (left), L (center), then E- (right)
- The common CF13 relay orientation is appropriate.
- Most off the shelf relays are oriented with E-, L, then B+, and should connect without modifications.
- 2013-2017: The left pin should be E1- (battery negative, AKA "emitter") and the right should be B1+ (battery positive).
- The C14 relay orientation is appropriate for these models per pacificcricket
- Reversing the wiring can be necessary to adapt a generic relay.
|2012||S/X||Under the seat below the fuse block.|
|2013+||X||Behind the right fairing|
|S||In front of the front plastics area under the frame "wishbone" with other electrical connections.|