Yes but if I remember 71-74 one is on the fuse block. My 70 has 2 isolated from the box and in 70 turn signal has gas fuse inlineif im not mistaken, there are 2 flasher units, 1 for turn signal and 1 for 4 ways
thanks, yes I have power there, fuse is good, 12 v @ pink wireNot seeing anything here about checking the one fuse (labeled Hazard/Stop) that supplies power to both the brake light switch and the 4-way flasher. Have you verified un-switched power to those devices?
Did you replace the complete switch with the harness going to the base of the column?To be clear, swapped out both flasher units and the turn signal switch behind steering wheel
im not sure where to look next, new turn signal switch, new flasher units ( both) verified power from brake light switch, i just dont know what to due next, everything says they should workPink at turning switch must be hot allways. It comes from hazzard flasher. It cuts the power to blink when gets the bulbs load as soon you turn on hazzards. It gets cold and hot with the bulbs load opening and closing the circuit and that is what it makes to blink the system
Same about turnings coming from red wire BUT just hot with key in ACC or RUN. Hazzards comes from Batt source.
Have you pulled a schematic? It is not a complex system. The schematic is in the body manual. They are around online. Have you unplugged the connector in the trunk and see if power is getting to the connector from switch and then take a 9 volt and put power to the brake light circuit going into the taillights.im not sure where to look next, new turn signal switch, new flasher units ( both) verified power from brake light switch, i just dont know what to due next, everything says they should work
OK so the issue is between there and the switch on the brake pedal. After looking at the schematic it is in the column probably turn signal switch or the wiring going in or out. This issue is irritating since you have to disassemble half the dash to find the cause. Good luck.yes, i have a schematic, i am not getting any power at pigtail in back ( trunk ) if i unplug the turn signal swith and use power probe to send power throught direct, i have brake lights