There's a way to short the signaling pin on the Kisan to do what the flasher switch would.
I'll have to dig up the pinout diagram that Andy from Kisan sent me.
But the hazard flasher dash switch is cheap enough, you may want to consider ordering one. The shorting method works but it's a pain in the rear.
*EDIT* - here's the schematic of the SM-6. You want to short pin 15 to ground to act as a signal that would be generated by the 4-way switch:
I wrapped a wire around the 15 pin then connected the SM-6. Then I turned on the ignition and grounded the other end of the wire to a bare metal ground location (coil mounting bolt is good). Each time you touch the wire to the ground, a 4-way flasher switch signal is sent. There are three modes on the SM-6: high, low, and off.
I bought the flasher switch after doing the shorting method the first time since it was such a pain. The switch is only ~$40.
01 61 31 1 244 708 HAZARD WARNING SWITCH 0.06 1 $40.62
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