1972 Demon fender top blinkers

Electrical and Ignition

  1. Markzilla88

    Markzilla88 Well-Known Member

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    I was just wondering if anyone could lend a bit of knowledge and has a picture or can describe where the fender top blinkers connect to in the wiring harness? I can’t seem to find a female connector for them loosely laying around anywhere in the front of the car. Thanks!
     
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    follow the front side marker wiring
     
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    It should be a single wire popping out of the lighting harness up near the radiator support area. I have seen some that did not have that wire before and had to tap into the front turn signal wire.
     
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    Yeah, so I did trace that wire back and didn’t see any pig tails for it to connect in to. I’ll keep looking but I don’t think there is one. I’ll have to look into how to tap into the side marker lights to get them tied in.
     
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    It's a bullit connector on my '72 Dart, goes out through the inner fenderwell.
     
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    Yes, a single bullet connector. The housing itself is the ground.
     
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    I definitely appreciate all the help here, thank you all. I went through the harness again and did not find a bullet connection anywhere for the blinker to plug into. If I were to tap into the wire for the actual blinker on the side of the fender, how would I go about that? Is it as simple as exposing a section of wire there, soldering in a bullet connector there, then just making the connection?
     
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    I think its part of the A01 light package.
     
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    Just deleted my last post, I was totally wrong. That bullet connection is woven in with the side marker light, which drops down from the headlamp plug harness. There is a hole in the bottom of the headlamp bucket for the side marker harness. I am not an electronic guy, don't know if just tapping into the harness works.
    Give it a try with a test light.

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    Oh wow, no way. Alright cool, I’m gonna go look even harder to see if it’s down there hanging out. Thanks again for all the work!
     
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