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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-25-2019, 06:19 PM Thread Starter
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Wiring coming out of the steering column

The PO installed a new (25 years ago) turn signal switch and the wires have clear color markings. The existing wiring that it plugs into is rather hard to distinguishing the coloring. Average Joe's wiring diagrams is nice for an overall wiring diagram but does get into specifics, that I can figure out. I would like to know specifics like "the white wire with blue stripe goes to ****** and the orange w/ bue stripe goes to *****. Any help on these connections?

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You need to select schematic instead of pictorial


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I wish they had an outline or a grouping stating where they exit the steering column and how they connected to the other wires.

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I wish they had an outline or a grouping stating where they exit the steering column and how they connected to the other wires.



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Try this,
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Try this,
Thanks, that's what I was looking for. Where did you come across that drawing?

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Its from the Jim Osborn 64 1/2 wiring diagram manual that I bought from cjpp a few years ago. It was about $10 and has paid for itself several times over.


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the bottom right side of the last pic I posted has the same drawing
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