At the light switch, check for battery voltage to the Light Green/Blue wire. If voltage is available, use a fused jumper to connect this with either Green/White or Green/Red and note if turn signals work.
October, 15, 2012 AT 1:51 AM
Thanks, I did that and they worked.
I noticed that the bullet connectors where corroded due to our damp NW Washington climate. I cleaned all of them and with a little help from WD40 everything began to work on it's own.
How did they ever drive these cars in England. Lol.
October, 15, 2012 AT 7:02 AM
Technology for vehicles before the 80s are nothing to shout about. It is nolstagia that keep them moving on.
Electrical components/gadgets then aren't high tech too but one good thing about them is that most components are serviceable and some cleaning and lubrications works wonders.