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Old December 21st, 2014, 09:07 PM
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TD5 Hazard Wiring

Hello I have a YUG000180LNF TD5 hazard switch that I need to wire in.

looks like this:



I've temporarily placed the spade connectors directly to the switch ( i have the connector for when I have all the needed wires figured out).



Here is what I'm using as a reference:



and these two also:





here is where I'm stuck: 1,2,8

1 ?
2 ?
3 LG from relay
4 Dimmer switch (using a freelander switch)
5 ground
6 LGN from relay
7 GR from under the dash probably ties to the signal stalk
8 ?
9 GW from under the dash probably ties to the signal stalk
0 not used

My Questions:

- What goes to 1 & 2? I'm assuming some kind of fused +
- Where does 8 go? a remote flashing light somewhere? back to the dash?
- Did I get the other ones correct?

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Old December 22nd, 2014, 07:04 AM
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On my 95 NAS this is how I wired mine. Colors are the existing harness, numbers are the inputs for the new plug


1 black
2 red and white/red
3 light green
4 2 purple
5 white/green
6 n/a
7 2 dark greens
8 black/red that goes to your binical warning light
9 green/brown
10 green/red
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Old December 22nd, 2014, 10:44 AM
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Thanks Paul,

I pulled up the NAS 90 wiring to help me understand what you did and it was helpful to compare the two.

Looks like you have live + on 4 and Ignition + on 7

It looks like I will need them in 1 & 2 since 7 is on the switched path on my switch.

1. IGN +
2. Live +

8. Does your Truck have a separate hazard warning light or does it flash the turn indicator lights on the dash?

Does your Hazard Switch Flash while its in operation?

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Old December 22nd, 2014, 09:01 PM
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the green white wires are switched power. you can get this from the fuse box or the old switch. A purple wire indicates a constant power feed. The 8 wire I think should go to the haz warn light. Some of the trucks have a separate warning light while the older trucks use the turn signal indicators.
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Old December 22nd, 2014, 10:41 PM
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Oscar,

I'll look for my notes and will let you know what all the wires do, at least for a 95 NAS. Yes the switch as well as the left and right indicators on the binical flash when the hazards are running. The only issue/strange thing going on is the trailer indicator flashes as well.
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Thanks guys all helpful information. I sounds like since I don't see a hazard triangle lamp anywhere that 8 is not required. It looks like the left right indicators should do the hazard flashing... maybe.
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Just found this thread. its good reference. I need to do this asap.
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It's installed and works as advertised let me know if you need any more info. 1 and 2 did end up being 12v IGN + and live + on my switch.
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I guess you don't have a pic of the plug after you completed it. I need to do this tomorrow so I can wrap up a dashboard.
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Here's a pic of the plug wired as indicated earlier on this thread. The only thing I haven't figured out is when the hazards are on both the left and right indicators and the hazard triangle flash on the binnical.
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Great. Thanks for the pic...
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Finally got around to this. Was simple as pie
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