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Hi Guys! have a 72 dodge sportsman motorhome, small block, at,4bbl, headers etc

Discussion in 'Pre-1994 trucks, commercial vehicles' started by ROARR, Sep 2, 2017.

  1. ROARR

    ROARR Member

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    It's stripped out and I've fabricated a drop down rear door/wall so I can load small cars and other stuff into it!
    where can I look for a color code of the wiring to the back? I find yellow, green, blue, black, brown, red, and white. I think the yellow and green are the right and left turn sigs, is there a stop circuit?,
    another question: on the top of the tranny (727?) in my Dakota OD tranny there's a plug, is that the start in neutral/ park switch?

    Thanks
    ROAR
     
  2. pt006

    pt006 Active Member

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    A test light is your friend.
     
  3. ImperialCrown

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    Welcome to Allpar. The Reverse/Neutral safety switch should have 3 wires (VT, Wt and Br?) and is located by the rear ATF cooler line.

    If the rear half of the chassis isn't 'Chrysler', then I would not know what wiring color codes would be used. Unless you can find a manufacturer's upfitter shop manual, you may have to trace the wiring.
     
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  4. bguy

    bguy Well-Known Member

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    Y = brake
    Brown = LH signal
    Green = RH signal
    White = ground
    IIRC
     
  5. pt006

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    One wire for the left signal; right signal; back-up lights; and parking/license plate/side lamps. Possibly one for ground for a fiberglass body.
    The brake lights are controlled by the signal switch on the steering column.
     

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