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Re: Turn Signal Wiring

To: Bud Krueger <>
Subject: Re: Turn Signal Wiring
From: (Steve Tritle)
Date: Sun, 22 Dec 1996 15:00:11 -0500
Bud Krueger wrote:
> Steve Tritle wrote:
> >
> > Bud Krueger wrote:
> > >
> > > Steve,
> > >         I saw your question on the British BBS.  First question -- Is your
> > > wiring harness one that is set up for turn signals? Next -- How are you
> > > at reading electrical scematics?  I can probably help you with the
> > > wiring.  By the way, I just bought the parts to install them into my 52.
> > >         Bud Krueger (,
> >
> > I have ordered the separate signal harness from Moss and I have all
> > associated parts for the install. I can read electrical schematics with
> > a bit of concentration.
> >
> > Steve
> > 52 TD
> Hi Steve,
>         Let me try to get some info on the Moss harness and then I'll get back
> to you.  The wiring was totally shot in my 52 so I replaced the entire
> harness.  The one that I installed was one that included the turn-signal
> wiring.  Most of the concern is a matter of color-coding.
>       I would suggest, if you haven't already done so, you might want to
> purchase a connector/crimper kit.  Kits containing an assortment of
> connectors (ring, spade, push-on,etc.) and a crimping tool are available
> from Radio Shack, many hardware stores or auto parts stores. It's well
> worth having.  By the way, how did you make out with your brake-light
> problems?
> Merry Christmas, Bud KruegerBud,

I fixed the brake lights. The switch was corroded. I cleaned it off and 
reinstalled and the lights now work. Because the corrosion completely 
covered the opening I did not have to bleed the brakes.


Steve Tritle

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