Need some turn signal school

Electrical and Ignition

  1. j par

    j par Well-hung Member

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    Thank you for everybody's help it looks like this one was a little easier than I thought it would be but I still took the gauge cluster out and drop the steering column and got back there and got ready to do anything it took. Again thank you for everybody's help and also triple-r LOL.
     
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    What about the instrument panel lights?
     
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      j par Well-hung Member

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      Don't have anything that lights up but maybe I might try buying a speedo cable.
       
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      That would fix the dash lights?
      I have never seen that before.
       
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        I've been using the schematic for a '73 Valiant. Far as I've been able to tell, it's matched up to my Duster. I've redrawn the diagram in full color and redesigned the fusebox image. I did it all with vectors so the diagram can be scaled up to any size without quality loss. I also made a modified version which removes the ammeter and considering adding in modern radio wiring into it just for the sake of completion.

        I can try digging it up from the depths of my computer if you're interested.
         
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          Hey that's kind of cool. I've actually got my little blinker problem fixed but always posting up schematics and stuff like that could help a lot of people.
           
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