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Old 01-28-2013, 01:46 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Looks like there is a connector for the CHMSL (3rd brake light) behind the trim on the right side below the c-pillar. You would have to fold down the seat back to get to it. You may have to remove the seat-back to get there easily. I can't check for you, as the hybrid seats don't fold down at all! (You actually have to remove the entire rear seat in the hybrid to do anything to the CHMSL.)
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Looks like there is a connector for the CHMSL (3rd brake light) behind the trim on the right side below the c-pillar. You would have to fold down the seat back to get to it. You may have to remove the seat-back to get there easily. I can't check for you, as the hybrid seats don't fold down at all! (You actually have to remove the entire rear seat in the hybrid to do anything to the CHMSL.)
The HMA Svc Site Manual per my Posts #5/6 just say "Remove Rear Seat", which I hope is the "bottom part", presuming it's easy to remove.

IF the Connector is there, I asked in #6 IF you can Splice the Flasher-Module into that location - OR - is there a Law of Electricity that states you have to get within (ie) 6 inches of the Bulb because (ie) the "electrical signal from the module to Flash" Only has the horse-Power to make it 6 inches along the wiring path.

Hopefully, someone knows and Replies. I'll email the eBay Seller and post IF I get an answer.
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The HMA Svc Site Manual per my Posts #5/6 just say "Remove Rear Seat", which I hope is the "bottom part", presuming it's easy to remove.

IF the Connector is there, I asked in #6 IF you can Splice the Flasher-Module into that location - OR - is there a Law of Electricity that states you have to get within (ie) 6 inches of the Bulb because (ie) the "electrical signal from the module to Flash" Only has the horse-Power to make it 6 inches along the wiring path.

Hopefully, someone knows and Replies. I'll email the eBay Seller and post IF I get an answer.
If you can get anywhere in the back half of the car, you should be fine. Yes, there is the potential that the flash could be dimmed or flash pattern distorted if there is too much wire between the module and the light. However, I would imagine that anywhere in the circuit would be effective in reality.
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If you can get anywhere in the back half of the car, you should be fine. Yes, there is the potential that the flash could be dimmed or flash pattern distorted if there is too much wire between the module and the light. However, I would imagine that anywhere in the circuit would be effective in reality.
Thanks. I emailed the Seller and even if I don't hear, I'll probably order as it's Not Big $$ and I've long wanted this.

The Only tiny issue I'll check first is my fading memory saying that a Flashing 3rd Brake Light breaks a State law here. Thanks again!
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eBay Seller Reply to question on Flasher-Module distance from Bulb: "You are ok, you can install it anywhere even far away from the light."

BIG 2nd Question: Module MANUAL: It works on both LED and incandescent bulbs (4 amps max - continues (means "continuous"? I presume).........
FAQ Bulb Change Sup-Thread Per Souks, I see 8w Brake Bulb mentioned
(1st post Ula states 28w /needs Edit) - AND - In Manual 7-56 & 57 I see 2 Stop Lamp Switches w/ 10A and 15A fuses...

What does "4A Max" mean in relation to the above Sonata specs?

Also, there appears to be a 2013 Ver that offers 0, 10, 20, 40 second intervals between the Flasher working; 1st Ver shows 20 & 40 sec intervals (ie) Press brake and Flashes; Won't Flash again w/Brake press for the stated interval period, so latest offers total flexibility in choices.
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Got mine delivered today. Pretty quick! ImageUploadedByAG Free1360003182.146978.jpg

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