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wiring diagram for old chrome clamp on turn signal

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  1. goon56
    Joined: May 31, 2008
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    goon56
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    from new jersey

    any of u guys out there know where i can find out how to wire up an old clamp on chrome turn signal? theres like seven wires coming out of it, and i need to find out what they all do
     
  2. Paul
    Joined: Aug 29, 2002
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    what are the wire colors?
     
  3. DRD57
    Joined: Mar 5, 2001
    Posts: 3,365

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    Here's how I wire them:

    blue - flasher
    black - flasher
    red - brake light swithch
    yellow - left front signal
    green - right front signal
    brown - right rear signal
    orange - left rear signal
     
  4. Zombie Hot Rod
    Joined: Oct 22, 2006
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    Zombie Hot Rod
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    from New York

    Signal Stat Model 800:

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    Model 900, 901, and 910:

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    Model 902, and 903:

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    Model 905:

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  5. goon56
    Joined: May 31, 2008
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    goon56
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    from new jersey

    its a model- signal stat 900
    wire colors are
    red
    black
    green
    yellow
    blue
    grey
    grey w/black
    red w/green
    thank u so much for takin the time to help me out fellas-
     
  6. chaddilac
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    Only on the Hamb baby!!!!:D
     
  7. rotenjon
    Joined: Oct 26, 2009
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    how do you figue out what unit you have? The only numbers on my unit are KD-728, it has 6 wires
    black \
    flasher
    org /
    yel- was conn. to grd
    wht- was conn to pwr
    red- ?
    brn- ?
    grn- ?
     
  8. goon56
    Joined: May 31, 2008
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    from new jersey

    mine says SIGNAL STAT 900 right on it. but it seems from the diagrams that the 800 wiring is more like what i have. when in doubt, just start twistin wires together and see what flashes. ha
     
  9. Paul
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    thanks Mr. Zombie!
     
  10. R Pope
    Joined: Jan 23, 2006
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    Maybe the 6-wire unit doesn't use the same taillight bulbs for brake and signal. That simplifies the internals of the switch (cheaper!) but you have to add lights out back. Most old farm trucks had switches like that and "Mickey Mouse ear" lights on the roof.
     
  11. rotenjon
    Joined: Oct 26, 2009
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    Yes, my 6 wire unit came out of a 55 f100, it also has a 4 way flasher button. I guess i'll just have to take it apart and figure it out, shouldn't be that hard.
     
  12. Awesome thread replies! I was given this info years ago and misplaced it, this time I subscribed to the thread!
     
  13. here's one for a 400 I scanned, to add to the thread

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  14. FalconMan
    Joined: Sep 9, 2008
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    from Minnesota

    Anyone have a diagram for a Guide 6004 ?
     
  15. I can't believe this stuff gets me so excited.....................
     
  16. RichG
    Joined: Dec 8, 2008
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    here are a few I've found on here
     

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  17. rotenjon
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    Holy Crap! The first attachment is my unit, any idea who makes it?
     
  18. RichG
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    Sorry I don't, but I did upsize the document so it was easier to read:D
     

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  19. Zombie Hot Rod
    Joined: Oct 22, 2006
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    Zombie Hot Rod
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    from New York

    You're welcome... I went through the same thing trying to figure mine out, so when I found the diagrams I kept them handy knowing that someone else somewhere down the line would need it some day.

    Glad I could help!
     
  20. sixinarowjoe
    Joined: Aug 10, 2002
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    from eastcoast

    the guide 6004 diagram can be found in the 49-52 chevy acc manual -as they were an ad on from the dealer
     
  21. rotenjon
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    thanks Electrodude, I've already printed it!
     
  22. 41 Dave
    Joined: May 23, 2005
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    Guys, I have a turn signal switch with the built in four way flashers. The unit is good and heavy, The only marking is "UA" on the side facing the driver. It has seven wires. The colors are brown, yellow, blue, green, lite pink, black and dark pink (possible faded red ?). If anyone can identify this unit I would appreciate it.
     
  23. 33_chevy
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    33_chevy
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    from TX

  24. GMC BUBBA
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    GMC BUBBA
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    Me too..................
     
  25. boy that is exactly what i was looking for to get my van going... god bless the hamb
     
  26. 3034
    Joined: Nov 18, 2005
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    Anyone have one for a Yankee 960? Mine has 4 wires: green, red, yellow, black.
     
    Last edited: Dec 5, 2010
  27. fab32
    Joined: May 14, 2002
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    Good timing on this one. I've got two of those units that didn't have any instructions.

    Frank
     
  28. yblock292
    Joined: Oct 10, 2006
    Posts: 2,938

    yblock292
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    mine is original 50 ford has Ford SXTS-B, any diagrams for this one?
     
  29. yblock292
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    yblock292
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    bump
     

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