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GM headlight switch help..

I have a headlight switch. I think it came from around a 1979 Pontiac Grand Prix. I also have the plug with wires on it. My question is where do the wires go?? I can't seem to find a wiring code for these wires.. Can anyone help me with this?? Thanks.. Al
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Black = To ground
Orange =From tail lamp fuse
Brown =To park lamps
Light green = To dash lights
Yellow = To head lamp dimmer
Red = From head lamp fuse
White = "Switched ground" to courtesy lights (One to the light and other can be split and sent to door pin switch/s. So courtesy lights can turn off and on when you open the door.)
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Thanks.. I didn't want to have to buy a new switch.. Al
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