Your description of the circuit follows my circuit with two exceptions:
1: Pin 8 (I think it is pin 8) is a green wire that feeds the reverse
light switch (how weird is this?) -- This wire goes from the pin 8 to Pin 6
of the Fuse Box. And from Pin 6 of the Fuse Box to the reverse light switch.
This should be normal power to the turn signals. It is switched powered.
The other side of the fuse (Pin 5) should be a white wire to Pin 2 of the
Ignition Switch. You should have power here when the ignition switch is
2. The only other thing you didn't describe off the flasher switch is the
Light Green Purple wire which goes to the Hazard warning light.
----- Original Message -----
From "Chris King" <cbking at alum.rpi.edu>
> Here's the circuit as I read it. Power comes from a brown wire off the
> starter solenoid. This wire has an inline fuse (behind the console), and
> is then fed to the hazard flasher. A green/brown wire goes from the
> hazard flasher to pin 3 of the switch. From the switch, pin 1 is a
> green/white wire to the right flasher bulbs (including dash repeaters),
> and pin 2 is a greeen/red wire to the left flasher bulbs. Pin 7 is a
> green wire to the turn signal flasher unit, and from there a light
> green/brown wire feeds the turn signal switch on the stalk. Pin 8 is a
> green wire that feeds the reverse light switch (how weird is this?)
> I'm still not sure what inside the hazard switch is the "pass-thru" for
> the turn signals. Something in there is not connnecting, or is being
> re-directed due to a poor ground.