As for where they came from, the entire steering column, tube, ignition switch and the turn indicator assembly were all sourced from 1970–1972 Ford capri MKI automobiles. I believe the indicator assembly is the only item that has reproductions available.
I recently purchased one from team blitz. Do not recall what I paid for it. It was mechanically identical to the original but absent any casting numbers. It had the flash-to-pass option, as does the one in the eBay auction, which I was seeking as I am going to be running DRL‘s on 2511 and will use the flash function to flash the DRL’s.
While admittedly not the standard high beam flash that is normally associated with a flash-to-pass action, I humbly contend that 55 W DRL’s flashing on and off will prove sufficient. 😁
The DRL‘s are controlled by a voltage-sensing module that closes a relay when it senses the charging voltage of an alternator. The flash-to-pass action opens and closes a second relay in the DRL circuit that interrupts the DRL feed coming out of the first relay.
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