Toyota 8FBCU30:
Stobe Light Stays On Key OFF

Have a 8 series 48v electric sit down/4 wheel. Model 8FBCU30, Serial 61532. The issue is the strobe light will not stop flashing when the key is off. I have been battling this issue for well over a year now. I have tried everything. The dealer had it for a month and could not resolve issue. I have traced wiring schematics and even checked for a way to turn it off in the analyzer menus. The only thing I can find in the service manual is that there is an optional headlamp off/key off relay as well as an optional ACC relay. I purchased this 48 volt relay from Toyota. Installed into connector CF25 in accordance with the manual. This had no effect on the strobe light. I thought it might since the work lights have 48 volts with key off and they use the same harness connectors. The lights are switched however, so naturally they do not stay on. Is there anyone out there that can help me with this issue. I have spent countless hours trying to resolve this. Please help.
  • Posted 3 Mar 2016 14:57
  • Discussion started by LTS1
  • Florida, United States
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just cut the wiring connecting the strobe light and rewire directly to ignition switch.just connect a relay to turn on the strobe light.connect the strobe light positive wire to terminal 86 or 87 of the relay.connect the positive wire from the ignition to terminal 30 and 82 of the relay.connect negative wire to terminal 83 of the relay and to the negative wire leading to the strobe light.
  • Posted 10 Mar 2016 21:50
  • Reply by n_macalisang
  • south cotabato, Philippines

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