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ICC Flash....

to my 2004.5 3500 chevy?

Im buying a 50ft inclosed trailer and figured this would be a nice option

Derek
 

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Yes and it's pretty simple really. I have the Trippin' overhead gage mount with the two switches and one of them is my ICC Flasher. All you have to do is go to the underhood fuse block, remove the access cover, then the top. Locate the fuse for the trailer parking circuit and wire your switch inline.

My switch does not spring back like the regular ICC switch, but it has the power indicator to let you know when it is off or on.

Hope this helps!
 

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so this would be a on/off for the trailer marker lights and would only work when the truck marker lights are on?
 

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Yes - In the daylight, I just usually flash my parking switch on and off. I know it's not a true ICC, but it works pretty well.
 

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What is ICC flash?
 

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:exactly: Although I can't remember what the ICC stands for.
 

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What is ICC flash?
It's called "ICC Flash" because the lights on the tops of semi tractors' cabs and their trailers are governed under requirements of the Interstate Commerce Commission. Hence, when they're flashed drivers just say "ICC Flash".

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