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Unread 08-20-2012, 02:32 PM   #16
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Unread 09-14-2012, 07:49 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by John Strenk View Post
The fuse box is just riding piggy back on the bulkhead connector. You can relase some clips and move the fuse box out of the way.

Test light is the best way to quickly trouble shoot this problem if your grounds are good. A bad ground can also fool a test light.

Here is a picture of the steering wheel connector BagusJeep has mentioned. A good place to start.

Here is some more tips:
Relocated my ignition switch to the dash using a universal switch. Got tired of the cylinder falling out all the time. In the process, I ran new ignition wiring from underhood to the key. After this, my steering column bulkhead that houses the turn indicators (as well as likely other essential marker and indicator lights) have ceased to work. This is most likely since my ignition switch is no longer used on the dash.

My question is where on that plug, or on the column can I splice into my new ignition wire to trick the column plug into thinking the key is on and power the lights? Thanks

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