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I am trying to do some temporary wiring to my Ididit (gm column) without using my fuseblock. I have a turn signal flasher with two tabs and the plug for it with one gray wire for one tab and two dark blue wires together for the other tab. Can you tell me where to land these wires? The wire colors on the plug in for the turn signal and flashers switches in the column are:

black
purple
brown
dk blue
lt blue
dk green
yellow
white

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Black=horn
white=stop lite
Lite blue=left front turn
Dark blue=right front turn
yellow=left rear turn
Green=right rear turn
brown= 4way flasher
purple=turn sig flasher

gray 12 vdc

two dark blue ,
one too BROWN = 4way flasher
other dark blue too PURPLE = turn sig flasher

note: the two dark blue wires are allowing you to use one flasher for two functions

If you are just using this to test turn signal wiring you only need the purple wired

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Pepi, can you tell me where the steering column plug is powered from? Thank you.
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Here this is a link from the ididit

http://www.ididitinc.com/tech_instru...ght_column.pdf

It shows their plug and ids the functions, their wiring .

I need to correct the following the flasher plug; The gray 12vdc

The error is the blue wires one connects to the PURPLE that will run the turn signals. The other blue is for the turn signal indicator in the dash.

The 4 way is a separate circuit and flasher.

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]Here this is a link from the ididit

http://www.ididitinc.com/tech_instru...ght_column.pdf

It shows their plug and ids the functions, their wiring .

I need to correct the following the flasher plug; The gray 12vdc

The error is the blue wires one connects to the PURPLE that will run the turn signals. The other blue is for the turn signal indicator in the dash.

So it will be this way;

The gray wire connects to battery voltage; the blue wire connects too the PURPLE, the other blue wire connects too the dash turn signal indicator bulb.
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The attached diagram should help verify the above wiring and wire colors.
Note that the (2) blue wires on the flasher socket are the 12 volt power and feed to the back-up lights. The purple wire connects to the turn signal switch.
The turn signals, hazard flashers and brake lights do not require any other 12 volt power source.

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