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Hazard Lights

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by ScarboDP, Apr 16, 2003.

  1. ScarboDP

    ScarboDP

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    Ok, so I've got a power wire that is marked hazard lights, I tried to connect it to a standard push pull switch and grounded it but nothing happens when I pull the switch. In the wiring diagram there are alot of wires going into the switch, what wires do I need to hook up and is there a special switch or can i use a standard SPST rocker switch. Thanks guys for all the help.
     
  2. Degnol

    Degnol

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    You need a hazard switch, I'll send you one for the postage, if you want.
    Ed Long
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  3. ScarboDP

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    Thanks degnol but I already have my old hazard warning switch. I am rewiring my FJ40 using a wiring harness from JTOutfitters and there is a supplied power wire that is marked hazard lights. Since that doesn't work I don't know what wires to run where. There is a flasher installed on the fuseblock so I know that's taken care of but I cannot find out what wires to run to the hazard light in addition to a standard ground and the supplied power wire. But, couldn't I run all the wires to a spliceblock and then run one power wire from the splice block to a SPST rocker switch, and of course ground the swtich??? Thanks again guys for all the help I don't know what I would do without it.