JCB Flasher Relay

Hello, does anyone know where the flasher relay is located on a 2013 jcb 541-70 agri xtra? Had a look in the main fuse and micro relay box but couldnt see it. Any help appreciated. Thanks
Are you still fault finding this? Could open my fuse box and highlight the flasher relay if needed still ?
If you could please, just trying to eliminate things. The left hand indicators dont work with either the indicator stalk or hazard switch. When using right hand can hear it clicking but nothing with left hand


Sunny Essex
As far as I know, there is no conventional flasher relay fitted now. The indicators are controlled through the dash unit and its associated integral Ecu.
it sounds ridiculous, but that what I was told when I questioned why my 2013 machine was misbehaving with LED trailer lights. It actually had a new dash fitted under warranty to try and cure the fault, which it didn’t 😔
From memory, when talking to the dealer engineer (a man who really knows his stuff) im sure he said that they were unfortunately having some failures at the time, and the symptoms were loss of one side indicators, the solution was a new dash unit!
im no expert, but that was my experience/knowledge of my machine which was also a 2013 plate. Hope this helps in some way.

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