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Old 02-20-2013, 09:58 AM
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How can I test my turn signal switch. I have power and lights to the front of my truck, but have no power or lights to the rear of the truck. Does anyone has a wiring diagram that shows what wire (color ) goes where. I have a 59 F100 and would like to know what wire coming trought the fire wall does what? eg blue to top horn
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Google is your friend! I realize that the wiring diagram for the v8 is not for a pickup but it still should help.
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Buy one of these, they are well worth it. Classic Car Wiring . Com : Home of the original color laminated car wiring diagram
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Before doing anything else, run a ground wire from frame to bed. That was what fixed the problem for me when I had same symptoms.
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