I may be wrong, but I think you have been DPO'ed. To my knowledge, the
only lamp on the dash (aside from those in the gauges) is the one
between the Tachometer and Speedometer. That of course is the turn
Any other indicators were probably added by the previous owner and
therefore, only he can tell you what it is. My suggestion is to do some
wire tracing and see where they lead you!
Stephane St-Amant wrote:
> Hello All,
> I am please to report that all my lights are now connected properly and
> work! Thanks to all who helped! But this is not the end of my electrical
> "quest". Neither my Haynes, Bentley or original workshop manual seem to
> indicate the location or purpose of the many dash components. In my '69
> Spit, there is two big red warning lights in the top center of the dash (one
> between the gas and oil pressure gauge, and one between the oil pressure and
> the temp gauge).
> I already know that the left one is the four-way flasher indicator (which
> works now!) but what is the right one for. In my case, it is always on
> (when the key is turned). My guess was that it was the brake failure
> warning light but yesterday Saturday I found out that my battery is not
> being charged by the generator/alternator (which one is suppose to be in
> this car anyway?). So now, I think it may also be the warning light for the
> gen/alt. Which one is it?
> Again, TIA
> P.S. Thanks Jeff for your great webpage. I'm currently doing the same
> temporary fix to the floors than you did (which BTW are just a little worst
> than Mrs. Jones's were!). I'll let you know how mine turns out.
> Ottawa, Canada
> '69 Spit - Hers (Now lighted like a Christmas Tree - until the battery goes
> '71 TR6 - Mine (Disappearing slowly under a pile of boxes!!! :-( )