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37 ford after market turns signal indicator and wiring harness conflict

hi guys well time to make friends with the wiring on the 37 ford and to put it simply the existing wiring harness is terrible its a 12v system and i will be adding an additional aftermarket headlight switch, horn button and column mounted turn signal indicator and new wiring harness. before i order this stuff i want to make sure that they are compatible..i have squared away ballast resistor circuit and starter switche, etc. however i am having problems figuring out the after market turn signal indicator with hazard flasher (speedway part 910-62860)wiring with the Mr roadster 12 circuit economy wiring with two flashers (speedway part 910-64017)......everythng lines up between the two except for the flasher hook ups....the turn signal indicator uses one flasher and the Mr roadster harness has two flashers ....how do i reconcile these? thks bob

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Bob -

Although I'm not directly familiar with that particular kit, most kits are setup with circuits to cover the turn signal switch.

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One of the flashers should be for turn signals, and the other should be for hazards. Since that switch has both, you should be all set.

Hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.

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hi guys well time to make friends with the wiring on the 37 ford and to put it simply the existing wiring harness is terrible its a 12v system and i will be adding an additional after market headlight switch, horn button and column mounted turn signal indicator and new wiring harness. before i order this stuff i want to make sure that they are compatible..i have squared away ballast resistor circuit and starter switch, etc. however i am having problems figuring out the after market turn signal indicator with hazard flasher (speedway part 910-62860)wiring with the Mr roadster 12 circuit economy wiring with two flashers (speedway part 910-64017)......everythng lines up between the two except for the flasher hook ups....the turn signal indicator uses one flasher and the Mr roadster harness has two flashers ....how do i reconcile these? thks bob
Bob Are you wiring a stock 37 or a street rod. The reason I ask, is you say you are adding column mounted signal indicator, do you mean turn signal switch or just the lights. and new wiring harness.
The headlight switch just runs the lights, headlight , parking, tail, dash, dome.gauges. Have you got the wiring board already, or are the what you mentioned from speedway what you are getting. If you have not got your stuff yet may I suggest you give a call to Denny Enos He will make a wiring board for your car with everything you want on it, and more and it has every circuit on it plus ballast. we will draw every circuit out, and also tell you how to wire it, plus what size wire to use on each circuit, His instruction book is about 15 pages. If you have a add on he will tell you just how to wire it. including clamp on signal lights on a stock car. You can buy just the board, use your own wire, which is less than $100.00, or he has the wire.
He has a web sight on the internet, I think it is Enos Components or something like that, maybe custom components. Give him a call, I have used his boards for 30 years or longer. they are super easy at a super price, I would guess less than anyone else. If you want you can get resettable fuses.

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thks guys i will look into those websites, bob
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