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Old 01-10-2001, 10:54 AM
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I am having problems with the wiring for the hazard hookups on the Painless wiring system. There is a brown wire #951 (power) coming from the fuse block that I hooked to the hazard switch. The switch then has another wire comming from it that I grounded. Very simple (so I thought). Every time I switch the hazard switch to 'On' the fuse box clicks and then blows a fuse.
I can't find any documentation in the harness manual for the hazard hookups.
Anyone else have problems like this?
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Old 01-10-2001, 12:36 PM
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Post this on Cobraforum - there are several people there that I am sure can help you out.

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Old 11-20-2001, 01:37 PM
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I just tested the brown wire and it your hot lead. Your Hazard switch should connect it to both your right and left turn signal lamps. You need to use a switch which isolates both sides, because if you connect them together your turnsignals will all come on together, even when you activate them with the turn signal switch. You could also do what I was planning on doing until I discovered the switch which has the circuits separated, which is isolating the circuits for the right and left signals using diodes, which only allow current to flow in one direction. Let me know if you're interested in that and I'll give you more info.

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