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Old 07-05-2006, 07:42 PM
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Yankee turnflex TURNSIGNALS 730/6 wiring again?

My wiring colors are different than the posts 3 months ago, I have: yellow, blue, green, black, only the 4, and it has the red button for safety flashers..
It is stamped 6 volt, 730/6.. Came with 3 pole flasher?
the blue wire was still on the center pole of the flasher when I got Nash,, of course they were not working...
I just bought a 46 Nash,, was hoping to take it to the
Street Rod Nats in my home town of Louisville KY next month(aug),, need wiring schematic,, thanks Phil.
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Old 07-06-2006, 06:13 PM
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Sounds like your unit only works two front signals, not rear. If so,

Yellow - LF
Green - RF
Black - Flasher
Blue - unit illumination light.

Could be made to run rear flashers that don't use the same filament as the brake light by installing two auxiliary rear red lights and wire them in parallel with the corresponding front light.
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