89 Mustang hazard switch wire order

Tiny
KARAS
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  • 1989 FORD MUSTANG
When removing the hazard switch the wires disconnected from the female connector. Only one wire remains connected

89 Ford Mustang lx 2.3 l 150k miles
the prongs inside the switch body are labeled

(left - right) L E R F. Top
S G I. Bottom

the wires are as follows:

Double (2 wires connected) - Black
Red white
Double - Blue orange/blue white
orange yellow
green
Double - red blue

the Blue wire still attached corresponds to the ( S ) prong on the switch

I just tagged this car and need to get it inspected tomorrow ( seems its not 10 business days :p) or get fined.

I removed the hazard switch since it wasnt functioning and suspected it may be related to other
troubles i.E ( when the gas guage randomly went up the oil pressure guage went down :P:) I was looking for a loose ground.

someone may have been there before me but the way these wires popped out disturbs me greatly:P

is this a problem associated with general age or is there engineering issues involved with this make of car. ( I have never seen this happen before)
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Sunday, November 18th, 2007 AT 8:06 PM

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Tiny
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I hope you have this repaired by now, but it is an engineering issue. I have had this happen to me on two Stangs. The space behind the switch is too confined for the wires to rest comfortably, and end up crammed in there at a slight angle. Unfortunately, my wiring diagrams are in another location, but if you still need assistance, I would be happy to do so.
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Monday, November 26th, 2007 AT 7:07 PM

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