Re: [DML] Turn Signal - Found Problem - How to Fix?
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Re: [DML] Turn Signal - Found Problem - How to Fix?


Just to clarify, there should be a green/red wire
going into the socket, a red/black and a black.

Green/red is the positive input for the directional

Red/black is the positive for the running light.

Black is ground and should be grounded to the frame.

Mike  TPS   1630

--- daviddelorean <daviddelorean@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> On the turn signal socket there are 3 wires
> connected to it. There is a 
> green which I assume is the negative/ground and a
> red wire which is the 
> positive for the parking light. Both of these are
> sodered to the inside 
> of the socket. There is also a black wire which is
> the positive for the 
> turn signal. And there is my problem. The black wire
> isn't sodered to 
> the inside of the is affixed using one
> of those tiny slip 
> on plug things. The end of the wire is a flat metal
> male end and on the 
> socket is a female receving end it plugs into. Well,
> mine got corroded 
> and the male and female ends rusted together and
> broke completely off 
> the socket. How can I fix this? There is no longer
> any nub sticking out 
> of the socket. Can I just buy a new socket
> somewhere?

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