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2011 ram 2500 hd 5.7 l 4 way flasher not working

Discussion in 'Ram, pickups, commercial trucks' started by fireater, Sep 14, 2017.

  1. fireater

    fireater Member

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    Can anyone help me out with a wiring diagram from hazzard switch to tipm?. the regular flashers work but not the 4 ways. i need to trace the wire to the tipm and I hope i dont need a new one!
     
  2. ImperialCrown

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    It is a Wt/Br 'sense' wire from the Hazard switch to the TIPM.
    If you ground this wire to the body ground, the Hazards should flash.
    The switch contacts should be open when 'off' and closed when 'on'. You can test it with an ohmmeter.
    Since the Hazards are generally used so infrequently, the contacts in the switch can tarnish. Try cycling the Hazard switch on/off several times rapidly to see if it restores switch contact?
     
  3. fireater

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    Tried on off lots. White / brown stripe. Goes all the way to the TIPM? OK. That helps. I don't suppose you would have a pic and connector pinout of the switch and the TIPM you could send? The Hazzard connector has 4 wires. On a side note the switch lights when depressed.
     
  4. fireater

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    Found a broken wire !! it was in the middle of the rubber boot where the wires pass thru the firewall
     
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