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#591611 - Wed Nov 11 2009 08:59 AM Flarestat 105 wiring diagram
mad max Offline
Wrench Fetcher
Registered: Sun Mar 15 2009 11:26 AM
Posts: 65
Loc: Niagara Falls, Canada
I have an NOS switch but the plugs were cut off at some point in time. All I have is about 10 inches of wire (4 red and 1 blue). If anyone has a scan they can send me I'd really appreciate it.
Thanks, Doug
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#592121 - Fri Nov 13 2009 12:36 AM Re: Flarestat 105 wiring diagram [Re: mad max]
PapaJ Offline
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Registered: Fri Feb 20 2009 05:18 PM
Posts: 439
Loc: Security, CO
Check out tech tips for signal-stats from cletis.
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#890607 - Fri Oct 19 2012 02:31 PM Re: Flarestat 105 wiring diagram [Re: PapaJ]
Todd W. White Offline
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Registered: Thu Apr 24 2008 10:26 PM
Posts: 6
Loc: Sapulpa, Oklahoma USA!
Originally Posted By PapaJ
Check out tech tips for signal-stats from cletis.


I have just acquired a Signal-Stat 105Y78 Flasher setup (NOS), but it has no wiring instructions. I looked in the Tech Tips and couldn't find the one you're referring to. I'm wiring a 1965 Chevrolet C-10.

My unit has a part number on the original box as #2234058, and the label says it's a Flasher - Emergency Switch for a GMC. It has the following wires coming out of it, in this order:

* Orange: pigtail to flasher unit, which pigtail's to an inline fuse
* Yellow
* White
* Purple
* White
* Light Blue
* Dark Blue
* Purple
* Green

Other than the Orange, which is obviously the power lead, I have no idea what these do. I'd really like to wire them into my harness using connectors like a junk Model 105Y79 I have has on it (got at a salvage yard - was connected to a truck, but never installed in mine), except the "79" has only 6 wires coming out of it.

Can anyone help me?

THANKS in advance!


Edited by Todd W. White (Fri Oct 19 2012 02:41 PM)
Edit Reason: Additional info added.
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#891127 - Sun Oct 21 2012 05:34 PM Re: Flarestat 105 wiring diagram [Re: mad max]
Todd W. White Offline
New Guy
Registered: Thu Apr 24 2008 10:26 PM
Posts: 6
Loc: Sapulpa, Oklahoma USA!
bump - anyone out there?
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#891268 - Mon Oct 22 2012 07:51 AM Re: Flarestat 105 wiring diagram [Re: mad max]
cletis Offline
Registered: Sat May 19 2001 12:00 PM
Posts: 10982
Loc: Parker County Texas
The dark green, yellow, dark blue and light blue are tapped into the same color wires on the turn signal harness. The white wire of the turn harness is cut and one white wire from the flasher switch goes to one end and the other to the other end. Same for the purple wires. Orange goes to the flasher. "SPLICE WIRES AS SHOWN-SOLDER & TAPE" is on the 1964 instructions. I would solder and shrink wrap.
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#891426 - Tue Oct 23 2012 01:54 AM Re: Flarestat 105 wiring diagram [Re: mad max]
Todd W. White Offline
New Guy
Registered: Thu Apr 24 2008 10:26 PM
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Loc: Sapulpa, Oklahoma USA!
THANKS!

Where do I get a copy of the 1964 instructions?

- Todd
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#891466 - Tue Oct 23 2012 06:44 AM Re: Flarestat 105 wiring diagram [Re: mad max]
cletis Offline
Registered: Sat May 19 2001 12:00 PM
Posts: 10982
Loc: Parker County Texas
I bought a switch with instructions.
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#891505 - Tue Oct 23 2012 11:05 AM Re: Flarestat 105 wiring diagram [Re: mad max]
Todd W. White Offline
New Guy
Registered: Thu Apr 24 2008 10:26 PM
Posts: 6
Loc: Sapulpa, Oklahoma USA!
Well, I tried to, as well.... smile
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#1177165 - Sun Aug 07 2016 09:39 PM Re: Flarestat 105 wiring diagram [Re: mad max]
vetnat Offline
New Guy
Registered: Sat Apr 25 2015 12:38 AM
Posts: 9
Loc: Saskatchewan, Canada
Hi. Long shot on reviving an old thread. I have this flasher, also with the plugs cut off. I have been puzzling about the 2 white and 2 purple wires. Now I know! So, when it says to splice them into the turn signal harness, I assume this means into the harness going into the plug on the column, not the wires on the column themselves (ie. after the connector)?

So, would it be possible to just twist the 2 whites together and insert them into the terminal in the connector? I ask because I am modifying this switch to use in my 1961 GMC.
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