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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-25-2019, 10:41 PM Thread Starter
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Turn signal switch diagram needed

Anyone have a diagram showing wire colors and what they go to?
My left front directional light isn't working. The bulb is good. All 3 others work. I can hear the flasher clicking and the rear blinks normally... it would speed up if it was the bulb, right?
I removed the switch to see which wires went to the horn. I connected an external horn button which works nicely, but when I put everything back together the directional stopped working. Wondering if I might have accidentally disconnected whatever wire serves the left front.

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I don't think it would speed up if the bulb was bad.
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One of the best sites I've found is "The Care and Feeding of Ponies" hosted by Veronica, a very knowledgeable woman. There are drawings and guides on there for just about anything you need, especially electrical. here's the link:
http://thecareandfeedingofponies.blogspot.com/
Hope this is helpful.
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Hey, I got this wiring diagram from THE EVIL TW1N on this forum. Not sure what the resolution is like on the forum, but I can email you a high res copy.
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The problem started when I installed a remote horn switch. Everything (but the horn) was working properly prior to the work. I had to disconnect the turn signal switch to see the wire colors for the horn button so I would know which ones to cut. I un-screwed the switch, saw the wires I needed to cut, re-installed the switch, and installed the remote horn button.
I'm guessing I'll have to replace the TS switch (again).
Rule around here is usually, "What did you do before the problem arose?"
The directionals were all working before I removed and re-installed the switch.
I think I'll have to take the hit.

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