6.1 Turn signals
6.2 Relay block
6.3 Terminal Block
6.4 Fuse Block
6.5 Starter lock out
6.1 Turn signal
This switch has 4 pins, which provide for left turn, right turn, common, and horn. All in one piece
|Wiring for this circuit is tricky, Power comes from the fuse block
(brown wire) to the hazard switch. A blue wire runs from the hazard
switch to the flasher relay. An orange wire runs back to the hazard
switch and to the center pin (49a) of the turn signal switch the yellow and
greens run to the turn signal lamps. The adjacent schematic from the
Bentley Rabbit manual is the most useful piece of information you will
find. Click on it for enlargement.
More detail on this subject later.
NC Orange Yellow
NC Orange Green
|Photo and pin out are not the best but following the text above right the brown comes from the fuse block, the blue goes to the hazard relay the orange comes from the hazard relay and turn signal switch on the steering column, with the yellow and green going to the turn signal lights in parallel with the yellow and green from the steering column switch.|
6.2 Relay Block configuration
|Relays from the left
1-Unknown, not even used in one of my vans.
2-Turn signal/hazard flasher
3-Radiator fan low speed
6-Radiator Fan high speed
Thinking about modifying relays by adding an LED on the top so you can see which ones are on.
One of these must be the starter check and add.
6.3 Terminal block
6.4 Fuse block
6.5 starter lock out (Automatic park interlock bypass)
After you have modified your vehicle to a manual transmission, you will need to bypass the automatic transmission starter lock out. IE the don't start while in gear dummy lockout.