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Old 12-01-2006, 09:54 AM
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Pinout Diagram for Head Light Switch?

Hey All,
The P.O. of my truck did a real hack job with some electrical "work". Some wires were snipped off just above the harness into the headlight switch so I cannot identify the color of 3 different wires. I have the Haynes manual but it only shows lines and not a pinout diagram. Does anyone have this who would be willing to share?

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That diagram shows the pin-out.

7 connectors..7 terminals.
as you look at the back of the switch

_ -- _ --
_ _ _

1 2 3 4
5 6 7



1 -Tan/white (from fuse box Ct light)
2 -Black/Orange ( from fuse box and Voltage reg)
3 -Lt. Blue /Red (dash lights)
4 -2 Lt. green/yellow wires (> one to dig clock......
one from Fuse box / same one spliced to engine compartment light

#5 - Red /Yellow ( to beam slect switch *dimmer*)

#6 - 2 Brown wires -
one to dash connector for dash lights
one to ext light buzzer

7 - Black/Pink (dome light)

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That diagram shows the pin-out.

7 connectors..7 terminals.
as you look at the back of the switch

_ -- _ --
_ _ _

1 2 3 4
5 6 7



1 -Tan/white (from fuse box Ct light)
2 -Black/Orange ( from fuse box and Voltage reg)
3 -Lt. Blue /Red (dash lights)
4 -2 Lt. green/yellow wires (> one to dig clock......
one from Fuse box / same one spliced to engine compartment light

#5 - Red /Yellow ( to beam slect switch *dimmer*)

#6 - 2 Brown wires -
one to dash connector for dash lights
one to ext light buzzer

7 - Black/Pink (dome light)

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Switch
I know this is an old post but would you please repost the missing image? Or maybe someone has it in their archives?

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