well I finally got the jeep running. Most everything is wired up and working with the exeption of a few quirks here and there. Still left to wire in our the new LED tail lights, electric choke, and manifold heater.
One of the odd quirks that I am fighting right now is that two of my gauges on the dash are always lit when the battery is connected. The other 5 + indicator lamps come on as they should when the light switch is pulled out. I have noticed however that the dimmer function on the switch doesn't work very well. I'm wondering if maybe I have a bad switch and that is causing those two lights to always be lit? I can't understand why just these two would be constantly lit, I came off of the orange illumination circuit? Anyone got any idea's.
Another issue I'm trying to figure out is how to wire in the rear tail lights and fuel sender, my new tail lights have the backup lights built in and require two three pin plugs to operate. Each plug has a ground and a red and black wire coming off. Any idea's on how I should wire these up.
Here are a few pictures of my rear harness, it has been hacked on really good...
These first three photo's show what appears to be a spliced in set of wires, I haven't been able to track them down in my wiring diagram. Any ideas what they may be for? Trailer hookup possibly?
These three photo's show my tail light and side indicator lamp wiring. This is what I need to splice into for the new tail lights I'm just not sure how to go about it.
Also I don't see any wire coming back to the sending unit for the fuel gauge, am I missing something here as well?