instructions - Speedway Motors

instructions - Speedway Motors
INSTRUCTIONS
910-64017
©Speedway Motors, inc. November 2009
12 Circuit Wiring Harness
Please Read Instructions Completely
Before Starting Your Installation
This kit contains the following:
One pre-wired fuse panel with 12 fuses
Two signal flashers and two pre-wired relay connectors for horn relay
and fan relay
Two pre-wired headlight plugs
One pre-wired Late GM alternator plug
Two pre-wired GM column ignition switch plugs
One pre-wired dimmer switch plug
Two GM turn signal connectors for the pre-terminated wires
(3-7/8" and 4-1/4")
One fusible link (3"black wire with ring terminal)
One large grommet
24 miscellaneous insulated terminals and some small cable ties
2 loose wires (neutral safety switch wire and panel light wire)
Speedway Motors Inc.,
P.O. Box 81906 Lincoln, NE 68501
402-323-3200 www.SpeedwayMotors.com
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© 2009, Speedway Motors, Inc.
STEP 1 READ THE INSTRUCTIONS
Read these instructions before starting this installation. These instructions were developed
after installing this system in over a dozen different vehicles and should make this a
quick job.
To aid you we have used BOLD PRINT to note IMPORTANT items and provided general
diagrams for FORD, GM and MOPAR. There is also a DOs and DONʼTs section that you
may find useful. Please remember that these are GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS for your
UNIQUE and SPECIFIC vehicle and you may need to MODIFY them for your application.
Also, whenever using AFTERMARKET or SPECIALTY equipment, always use the
diagrams PROVIDED WITH that equipment.
This WORKBOOK is designed for both our labeled and color-coded harnesses. Whenever
a specific wire is referred to , it will be displayed with its LABEL and COLOR. If a diagram
shows ONLY a color OR label then that wire is not provided by this kit. An example of this
would be GROUND WIRES on our color-coded harness.
Remember this is a WORKBOOK! So make use of the blank space we provide for your
notes. Write things down so you wonʼt forget.
STEP 2 COMPLETE THE WORKSHEET
Complete the worksheet at the back of this workbook. This should be done while looking at
the vehicle, so that you can identify what accessories you will be using and what switches
will be necessary. Here is where A LITTLE PLANNING WILL SAVE A LOT OF TIME!
The WORKBOOK has been divided into the same basic sections that make-up your
harness. They are the FRONT SECTION, DASH SECTION, STEERING COLUMN
SECTION AND REAR SECTION.
For each section compare the list of wires to your applications and note it will be USED,
MOVED OR REMOVED. Before making wires to be removed consider accessories you
may want to add at a later time or those not provided for by this kit. The design of your
vehicle may require some of the wires to be moved from one section to another. (An
example of this would be, if the horn was mounted on the rear of the car, you would want
to move THE HORN-GREEN wire to the tail section.) When marking a wire to be moved
DON”T FORGET to WRITE IT into the new section in the extra space provided. The extra
spaces should also be used for any extra wires you need to add, such as ground wires.
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STEP 3 PREPARE THE
HARNESS FOR INSTALLATION
For this you will need a LARGE, CLEAR WORK AREA to spread out the harness. (The
floor next to the project car works well.) Your harness, as purchased, will have each of the
4 SECTIONS coiled and tied with cable ties. When working with the harness, it is VERY
IMPORTANT NOT TO REMOVE THE 3 CABLE TIES CLOSEST TO THE FUSE PANEL.
Start with the largest coil of wires, That will be the FRONT SECTION. So remove the cable
ties and uncoil the wires toward the front of the vehicle. The next largest coil of wires will be
the TAIL SECTION. Cut off the cable ties and uncoil those wires toward the rear of the
vehicle. The remaining coils of wire are the DASH SECTION and the STEERING COLUMN
SECTION. The STEERING COLUMN SECTION is the one with the pre-attached plugs and
will not need to be changed in most applications. Remove the cable ties from under the
DASH SECTION and uncoil those wires to the side of the FUSE PANEL.
Now using the WORK SHEET that you completed in STEP #2, start by removing any
unused wires. Work one section at a time and remove those wires ONE WIRE AT A TIME
by pulling them through the remaining harness cable ties. (REMEMBER DO NOT REMOVE
THE 3 TIES NEAREST THE FUSE PANEL.) Unused wires that come directly from the
FUSE PANEL are HOT LEADS and should be cut as CLOSE to the back of the panel as
possible. Use CAUTION and only cut wires that you are sure you will NEVER NEED!
After removing all unused wires from all sections. Move on to those wires that you noted
you would have to move from one section to another. Working one wire at a time, move
those wires to their new sections by pulling them out of there original section and passing
them through the harness ties into their new sections.
Now, a section at a time, add any wires you noted you would need that are NOT
PROVIDED in your kit. ( Note – you can use the wire you removed, but KEEP NOTES as
not to get CONFUSED.)
The last part of this step is to compare the WORK SHEET to the harness as you have it
now prepared. If everything is accounted for, use the cable ties and recoil the sections one
at a time. If the ties nearest the panel are loose either tighten them or replace them as
necessary.
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STEP 4 MOUNTING THE FUSE PANEL
The FUSE PANEL on this harness is designed to be mounted under the dash on the
driverʼs side of the vehicle.
The FUSE PANEL should be mounted securely to a FLAT SURFACE. Care should be
taken to keep it and the wires away from MOVING OBJECTS such as gas and brake
controls and the panel SHOULD BE ACCESSIBLE in case you ever blow a fuse. When
selecting the panel location make sure that the STEERING COLUMN SECTION WILL
REACH YOUR COLUMN.
Now that the FUSE PANEL is mounted, note where the FRONT SECTION wires exit the
panel. Find a spot on the fire wall where these wires can enter the ENGINE
COMPARTMENT without interfering with other components, such as brake boosters,
wipers, the engine, steering gear, etc. At that spot drill a 1-1/4” HOLE and install the
grommet provided in your kit.
As the last part of this step, remove the cable ties you put on the FRONT SECTION wires
and pass them through the grommet into the engine compartment ONE WIRE AT A TIME.
STEP 5 ROUTING AND
ATTACHING THE WIRES
In this step you will be completing the job by terminating all those loose ends. As before this will
be done by section. We suggest you start with the TAIL SECTION and end with the DASH
SECTION. Each section has its own set of instructions and we suggest you review the DOs and
DONʼTs page and your WORKBOOK before starting each section. As you complete each section
use cable ties to group the wires together and at points where wires branch off from the harness.
The REAR SECTION harness is designed to be routed to the back of the vehicle inside along the
floor. The wires can be taped to the floor or run under the driverʼs side door sills. They need to be
routed where they WON'T BE WALKED ON and where the seats wonʼt interfere. At the rear of the
vehicle you will attach the wires to your lights and gas tank sender, as indicated on the TAIL
SECTION DIAGRAM.
The FRONT SECTION wires include the front lighting, engine and accessories normally mounted
on the front of the vehicle. For this section start by separating the ENGINE wires from the rest.
When installing front lighting and accessory wires follow the FRONT LIGHTING DIAGRAM. When
installing the ENGINE WIRING use the diagram from the FORD, GM or MOPAR section that
comes closest to you vehicle. Remember when connecting the 10 gauge SOLENOID PWR=RED
wire to use the FUSIBLE LINK provided in our kit. Failure to install the FUSIBLE LINK VOIDS
ANY AND ALL WARRANTY on this harness system. If you are using an AMP METER please
follow the AMP METER section on the DASH DIAGRAM.
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STEP 5 ROUTING AND
ATTACHING THE WIRES (CONTINUED)
The STEERING COLUMN SECTION has the wires for your turn signals, ignition switch and
dimmer switch. The plugs on these wires are for a GM STEERING COLUMN that has a column
mounted ignition switch. If you are using that type of column, plug the black and clear plugs into
the ignition switch. The dimmer switch plug will fit a floor mounted dimmer or GM column mounted
dimmer. The turn signal wires are pre-terminated and you will be using the diagram in the
COLUMN SECTION to determine the correct plug and order that the wires should be installed.
Note that the plugs are letter coded to help.
If you are using a LATE MODEL GM VAN type column the turn signals will match the plugs in
your kit but you will have to use the IGNITION SWITCH DIAGRAM in the COLUMN SECTION.
If you are using a FORD or MOPAR COLUMN use the diagrams in the FORD and MOPAR
SECTIONS. But REMEMBER they change colors often, these interchanges may NOT match your
column. If the colors donʼt match or youʼre using something not listed, you may have to sort the
turn signal wires out with and ohm meter. Most original ignition switches are marked on the back
of the switch.
The DASH SECTION contains the wires for the gauges and the headlight switch. The order you
install these wires depends greatly on your dash configuration. Here it is best to start working from
the driverʼs side of the dash toward the passenger side. Use the cable ties provides in your kit to
tie up the harness as you go.
By now you should be out of wires. All that remains is a simple start up procedure. Start by
TURNING OFF ALL ACCESSORIES. Place the ignition switch in the OFF position and close the
doors to make sure the dome light is off. Now connect the POS. BATTERY CABLE. BEFORE
connecting the NEG. CABLE you should check for a current draw. This can be done easily with a
test light connected between the neg. battery post and the neg. battery cable. No light-no draw. If
you have no draw or just a really dim light, it is safe to connect the neg. battery cable and start
checking the system.
NOTES:
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FRONT SECTION
USE THE FRONT SECTION DIAGRAM FOR THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS:
FAN FAN - GRAY This is the feed from the relay to your electric fan.
RIGHT FRONT SIGNAL - DR. BLUE Connect this wire to your right front turn signal lamp socket. If you are
using a single front turn light with an 1157 or dual filament bulb, this wire should be connected to the high
filament of the bulb.
LEFT FRONT SIGNAL - LT. BLUE Connect this wire to your left front turn signal lamp socket. If you are using
a single front turn light with an 1157 or dual filament bulb. This wire should be connected to the high filament of
the bulb.
LEFT FRONT PARK - BROWN Connect this wire to both front park / running lights sockets. If you are using a
single front turn light with an 1157 or dual filament bulb, this wire should be connected to the low filament of the
bulb on each of the front running lights.
LEFT LOW BEAM - TAN Connect this wire to the headlight low beam on both headlights.
LEFT HIGH BEAM - LT. GREEN Connect this wire to the headlight high beam on both headlights.
HORN-DR. GREEN This is the horn feed wire from the relay, connect it to the horn power terminal.
POWER ANTENNA - PURPLE This is the feed wire for the power antenna.
USE THE CHARGING SYSTEM DIAGRAMS FOR YOUR SPECIFIC APPLICATION
FOR THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS.
ALT EXCITOR - WHITE Use the specific charging diagram for your application.
ALT POWER - RED Use the specific charging diagram for your application.
OIL SENDING - LT. BLUE Connect this wire to the electric oil pressure sender.
COIL POS - PINK Connect this wire to the positive side of the coil.
TACHOMETER - PURPLE Connect this wire to the negative side of the coil or on a GM HEI distributor connect
directly to the tach. terminal.
CHOKE POWER - RED Connect this wire to your electric choke.
TEMP SENDING - GREEN Connect this wire to water temperature sender.
IGN SWITCH START- PURPLE Use the specific charging diagram for your application.
SOLENOID POWER - RED Use the specific charging diagram for your application. Make sure you use the
fuseable link supplied on this connection.
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DASH SECTION
USE THE DASH SECTION DIAGRAM FOR THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS:
GAUGE POWER - RED Connect this wire to the “I” terminal on the gauges that require 12 volt power.
OIL SENDING - LT. BLUE Connect this wire to “S” terminal on the oil pressure gauge.
LEFT SIGNAL IND - DR. BLUE Connect this wire to the left turn signal indicator.
HIGH BEAM IND - LT. GREEN Connect this wire to the high beam indicator light.
RIGHT SIGNAL IND - DR. BLUE Connect this wire to right turn signal indicator.
TEMP SENDER – GREEN Connect this wire to “S” terminal on the water temp. gauge.
FUEL GAUGE – PINK Connect this wire to the “S” terminal on the fuel gauge.
TACHOMETER – PURPLE Connect this wire to the “S” terminal on the tachometer.
USE THE HEADLIGHT SWITCH DIAGRAM FOR THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS:
HEADLIGHT POWER – RED 12 Volt feed, connect to bat. terminal on the headlight switch.
LEFT FRONT PARK – BROWN Connect to the rear tail light terminal on headlight switch.
LEFT TAIL PARK - BROWN Connect to the parking light terminal on headlight switch.
DIMMER POWER - GRAY Connect to the headlight terminal on the headlight switch.
BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH CONNECTIONS:
BRAKE SWITCH POWER - ORANGE Connect this wire to the input side of the brake light switch.
BRAKE SWITCH – WHITE Connect this wire to the output side of the brake light switch.
FUSED 12 VOLT POWER FOR ACCESSORIES:
RADIO CONSTANT POWER - RED Connect to radio power wire.
POWER ANTENNA - PURPLE Connect to antenna power wire.
AC/HEAT POWER – BLACK Connect to AC/HEAT power wire.
WIPER POWER - DR. BLUE Connect to wiper motor power wire.
FAN GROUND – BLACK Fan relay trigger, connect to ground.
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COLUMN SECTION
USE THE COLUMN SECTION DIAGRAM FOR THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS:
IGNITION SWITCH
IGNITION SWITCH POWER – RED Connect this wire to the BATTERY terminal on the ignition switch.
IGNITION SWITCH COIL - PINK Connect this wire to the IGNITION terminal on the ignition switch.
IGNITION SWITCH ACC – ORANGE Connect this wire to the ACCESSORY terminal on the ignition switch.
IGNITION SWITCH IGN – BROWN Connect this wire to IGNITION terminal on the ignition switch.
IGNITION SWITCH START – PURPLE Connect this wire to the START terminal on the ignition switch.
STEERING COLUMN
This kit contains two connectors for GM turn signal switches. The 3-7/8” long connecter was used on GM
columns from 69-74 and the 4-1/4” connecter was used on columns from 75 and up; and is also used on many
after market columns. For Ford or Mopar applications use the specific turn signal switch conversion chart.
CODE
HORN SWITCH - LT. GREEN
G
Horn button ground to the horn trigger relay.
LEFT FRONT SIGNAL - LT. BLUE
LEFT SIGNAL IND – DR. BLUE
H
H
Feeds the high filament of the bulb on the
left turn signal lamp and the indicator lamp.
RIGHT FRONT SIGNAL – BLUE
RIGHT SIGNAL IND - DR BLUE
J
J
Feeds the high filament of the bulb on right
turn signal lamp and the indicator lamp.
HAZARD - BROWN
K
Four way hazard power feed.
TURN FLASHER - PURPLE
L
Turn signal power feed.
LEFT REAR TURN – YELLOW
M
Feeds the left rear turn signal and brake lamp high
filament bulb.
RIGHT REAR TURN – GREEN
N
Feeds the right rear turn signal and brake lamp high
filament bulb.
BRAKE SWITCH – WHITE
THIRD BRAKE LIGHT - ORANGE
P
P
Power feed from the output side of the brake
switch and feed for the third brake light.
DIMMER SWITCH
LEFT LOW BEAM - TAN From headlight low beam connect to dimmer switch.
LEFT HIGH BEAM - LT GREEN From headlight high beam connect to dimmer switch .
HIGH BEAM IND - LT GREEN From high beam indicator bulb connect to dimmer switch .
DIMMER POWER - GRAY Feed from headlight switch connect to dimmer switch.
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REAR SECTION
USE THE REAR SECTION DIAGRAM FOR THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS:
LEFT TAIL PARK – BROWN Connect this wire to both rear running lamp sockets. If you are using an 1157 or dual
filament bulb this would be connected to the low filament of the bulb.
RIGHT REAR TURN - DR. GREEN Connect this wire to right rear turn signal lamp socket. If you are using an 1157 or dual
filament bulb this would be connected to the high filament of the bulb.
LEFT REAR TURN – YELLOW Connect this wire to left rear turn signal lamp socket. If you are using an 1157 or dual
filament bulb this would be connected to the high filament of the bulb.
THIRD BRAKE – ORANGE Connect this wire to your third brake light. If you are not running a third brake light this wire
should be taped back against the harness and left unconnected.
FUEL GAUGE – PINK Connect this wire to the sending unit on the fuel tank.
WIRING DOs AND DON'Ts
Do install main ground cables from
the engine to the frame and from the
engine to the body. Main ground
cable should be the same size as the
battery cables.
Don’t let the size of this job scare you. We make this
installation an easy job.
Do remember to ground all
accessories.
Don’t forget a good ground is a clean, (no rust, no paint)
connection to metal.
Do use cable ties to help loom and
sort the harness.
Don’t route wires over sharp edges or next to the exhaust.
Do route the wires before installing
terminals or making connections.
Do fasten the harness down with
clamps and ties to keep it secure.
Don’t start this installation until disconnecting both
battery cables.
Don’t route wires too near moving parts like fans, belts,
steering gear, hood latches or hinges.
Don’t stretch wires to make them reach. Always lengthen as
necessary.
Don’t over crimp the terminals.
Do use grommets when passing
wires through the holes.
Don’t forget if you are using and amp meter you must follow
the special instruction on the dash diagram.
Do use the loom provided in the
engine compartment.
Don’tskip around a section- start a section and finish it.
Do use insulated terminals or heat
shrink over the connections.
Don’t forget to do the WORKSHEET. It will save you a lot of
time.
Do use the correct size terminal for
the gauge of wire-ALWAYS.
Don’t forget these are only general instructions and you may
need to modify them for your vehicle.
Do use the diagrams provided with
aftermarket or specialty accessories.
Don’t discard these instructions when you are finished. This
workbook and your notes will be useful later if you are adding
on or making repairs.
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FRONT SECTION DIAGRAM
HEADLIGHT
PLUG
HEADLIGHT
PLUG
LEFT FRONT
PARK/ TURN
LIGHT
RIGHT FRONT
PARK/ TURN
LIGHT
•
•
•
POWER
ANT.
HORN
FAN
HORN-DR. GREEN
IMPORTANT
AMP METER INSTRUCTIONS
IF YOU ARE USING AN AMP METER
YOU WILL NEED TO ROUTE THE
10 GA SOLENOID PWR-RED WIRE FROM
THE FUSE PANEL TO THE AMP METER
AND THEN FROM THE OTHER POST OF
THE AMP METER OUT TO YOUR
POSITIVE BATTERY SOURCE.
DO THIS BEFORE INSTALLING
THE FRONT SECTION.
POWER ANTENNA-PURPLE
FAN FAN-GRAY
LEFT LOW BEAM-TAN
LEFT HIGH BEAM- LT. GREEN
LEFT FRONT PARK-BROWN
LEFT FRONT SIGNAL- LT. BLUE
RIGHT FRONT SIGNAL- DR. BLUE
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GM DIAGRAMS
ALT. EXCITOR -WHITE
ALT. POWER-RED
OIL SENDING-LT. BLUE
COIL POS.-PINK
TACHOMETER-PURPLE
CHOKE POWER-RED
TEMP. SENDING-GREEN
IGN SWITCH START-PURPLE
SOLENOID POWER-RED
COIL POS.-PINK
TACHOMETER-PURPLE
GM HEADLIGHT DIAGRAM
LT PARK-BROWN
LF PARK-BROWN
DIMMER POWER-BLUE/YEL
DASH LIGHTS-BROWN
SPLICE
•
HEADLIGHT POWER-RED/BLK
DOME RETURN
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FORD DIAGRAMS
ALT. PWR-RED
ALT. EXCITOR-WHITE
OIL SENDING-LT. BLUE
TEMP. SENDING-GREEN
COIL POS-PINK
TACHOMETER-PURPLE
CHOKE POWER-RED
SOLENOID POWER-RED
IGN. SWITCH START-PURPLE
IGN SW PWR-RED
TO
YELLOW
IGN SW IGN-PINK
TO
RED/GREEN
IGN SW ACC-ORANGE
TO
BLACK
IGN SW START-PURPLE
TO
WHITE/BLUE
COIL POS-PINK
TACHOMETER-PURPLE/WHITE
WHITE
RED
LF SIGNAL LT. BLUE
TO
GREEN/WHITE
RF SIGNAL - BLUE
TO
WHITE/BLUE
LF TURN-YELLOW
TO
GREEN/ORANGE
RR TURN GREEN
TO
ORANGE/BLUE
HORN SW-LT. GREEN
TO
YELLOW
BRAKE SW-WHITE
TO
GREEN
TURN FLASHER-PURPLE
TO
BLUE
HAZARD-DK. BROWN
TO
WHITE/RED
GREEN
ORANGE
PURPLE
BLACK
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MOPAR DIAGRAMS
ALT. PWR-RED
ALT EXCITOR-WHITE
LF SIGNAL-LT. BLUE
RF SIGNAL-BLUE
LR TURN-YELLOW
RR-TURN-GREEN
HORN SW LT. GREEN
BRAKE SW-WHITE
TURN FLASHER-PURPLE
HAZARD DK. BROWN
TO
TO
TO
TO
TO
TO
TO
TO
GREEN
TAN
DK GREEN
BROWN
BLACK
WHITE
RED
LF SIGNAL-LT. BLUE
RF SIGNAL-BLUE
LR TURN-YELLOW
RR-TURN-GREEN
HORN SW LT. GREEN
BRAKE SW-WHITE
TURN FLASHER-PURPLE
HAZARD DK. BROWN
TO
TO
TO
TO
TO
TO
TO
TO
LT. GREEN
TAN
DK GREEN/RED
BROWN/RED
BLACK/RED
WHITE
RED
PINK
IGN
IGN
IGN
IGN
IGN
TO
TO
TO
TO
TO
RED
BROWN
BLUE
BLACK
YELLOW
SW PWR-RED
SW IGN-PINK
SW ACC ORANGE
SW ACC BROWN
SW START-PURPLE
OIL SENDING- LT. BLUE
TEMP. SENDING-GREEN
COIL POS-PINK
TACHOMETER-PURPLE
CHOKE POWER-RED
SOLENOID POWER-RED
IGN SWITCH START-PURPLE
COIL POS-PINK
TACHOMETER-PURPLE/WHITE
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DASH SECTION DIAGRAMS
GAUGE POWER-RED
OIL SENDING-LT/ BLUE
LEFT SIGNAL IND. BLUE
HIGH BEAM IND-LT. GREEN
RIGHT SIGNAL IND-BLUE
TEMP SENDING-GREEN
FUEL GAUGE-PINK
TACHOMETER-PURPLE
HEADLIGHT POWER-RED
LEFT FRONT PARK-BROWN
DIMMER POWER-GRAY
LEFT TAIL PARK-BROWN
BRAKE SWITCH POWER-ORANGE
BRAKE SWITCH-WHITE
FAN GROUND-BLACK
IMPORTANT
AMP METER INSTRUCTIONS
IF YOU ARE USING AN AMP METER YOU
WILL NEED TO ROUTE THE 10 GA
SOLENOID PRW-RED WIRE FROM
THE FUSE PANEL TO THE AMP METER AND
THEN FROM THE OTHER POST OF THE AMP
METER OUT TO YOU POSITIVE BATTERY
SOURCE. DO THIS BEFORE INSTALLING
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COLUMN SECTION DIAGRAMS
LABEL
CODE
HORN SWITCH-LT. GREEN
LEFT FRONT SIGNAL-LT. BLUE
LEFT SIGNAL IND.-DR. BLUE
RIGHT FRONT SIGNAL-BLUE
RIGHT SIGNAL IND. DR. BLUE
HAZARD-BROWN
TURN FLASHER-PURPLE
LEFT REAR TURN-YELLOW
RIGHT REAR TURN-GREEN
BRAKE SWITCH
THIRD BRAKE LIGHT-ORANGE
G
H
H
J
J
K
L
M
N
P
P
GM COLOR
BLACK
LT. BLUE
BLUE
BROWN
PURPLE
YELLOW
GREEN
WHITE
IGNITION SWITCH
IGN SW POWER
IGN SW START
IGN SW COIL
IGN SW IGN
IGN SW ACC
DIMMER SWITCH
DIMMER POWER-GRAY
LEFT LOW BEAM-TAN
LEFT HIGH BEAM- LT. GREEN
HIGH BEAM IND- LT. GREEN
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REAR SECTION DIAGRAMS
LEFT REAR TURN-YELLOW
RIGHT REAR TURN- DR. GREEN
LEFT TAIL PARK-BROWN
THIRD BRAKE LIGHT-ORANGE
FUEL GAUGE-PINK
FUEL GAUGE
SENDING UNIT
THIRD BRAKE
LIGHT
LICENSE
PLATE LIGHT
LEFT REAR
TAILLIGHT
RIGHT REAR
TAILLIGHT
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NEUTRAL SAFETY SWITCH
You will cut the ignition switch start wire and attach
both ends to each port on the switch. This ends by
connecting to the "S" terminal on the starter.
NEUTRAL SAFETY SWITCH
ALTERNATOR BYPASS CIRCUIT
If you are using an 80 amp or more alternator, here is the schematic for use of the bypass wire, which is included in
the bag of materials.
NEUTRAL SAFETY SWITCH
CIRCUITS
12 CIRCUIT PANEL
WIPERS
GAUGES
COIL
HEADLIGHTS
FAN
TURN SIGNAL
RADIO
BRAKE
A/C HEAT
CHOKE
HORN
HAZARD
17
AMPS
15
10
30
30
20
15
10
15
30
10
20
15
WORKSHEET FOR FRONT SECTION
ACCESSORY
LABEL
COLOR
GAUGE
LOW BEAM
LEFT LOW BEAM
TAN
14
HIGH BEAM
LEFT HIGH BEAM
LT. GREEN
14
FRONT PARK LIGHT
LEFT FRONT PARK
BROWN
18
LEFT FRONT TURN
LEFT FRONT SIGNAL
LT. BLUE
18
RIGHT FRONT TURN
RIGHT FRONT SIGNAL
DR. BLUE
18
HORN
HORN
DR. GREEN
14
ELECTRIC FAN
FAN FAN
GRAY
14
POWER ANTENNA
POWER ANTENNA
PURPLE
18
BATTERY POWER
SOLENOID POWER
RED
10
ALTERNATOR POWER
ALT POWER
RED
12
ALTERNATOR EXCITOR
ALT EXCITOR
WHITE
14
COIL POSITIVE
COIL POS
PINK
14
TACHOMETER
TACHOMETER
PURPLE
18
OIL SENDER
OIL SENDING
LT. BLUE
18
WATER TEMP. SENDER
TEMP SENDING
GREEN
18
STARTER SOLENOID
IGN SWITCH START
PURPLE
12
ELECTRIC CHOKE
CHOKE POWER
RED
18
USE
MOVE
REMOVE
USE
MOVE
REMOVE
WORKSHEET FOR DASH SECTION
ACCESSORY
LABEL
COLOR
GAUGE
HEADLIGHT BATTERY
HEADLIGHT POWER
RED
12
HEADLIGHTS
DIMMER POWER
GRAY
12
TAIL LIGHTS
LEFT TAIL PARK
BROWN
14
PARK LIGHTS
LEFT FRONT PARK
BROWN
18
GAUGE POWER
GAUGE POWER
RED
18
OIL SENDER
OIL SENDING
LT. BLUE
18
TEMP. SENDER
TEMP. SENDER
GREEN
18
TACHOMETER
TACHOMETER
PURPLE
18
FUEL GAUGE
FUEL GAUGE
PINK
18
LEFT TURN INDICATOR
LEFT SIGNAL IND.
DR. BLUE
18
HIGH BEAM INDICATOR
HIGH BEAM IND.
LT. GREEN
18
RIGHT TURN INDICATOR
RIGHT SIGNAL IND.
DR.BLUE
18
RADIO BATTERY
RADIO CONSTANT POWER
RED
18
POWER ANTENNA
POWER ANTENNA
PURPLE
18
STOP LIGHT POWER
BRAKE SWITCH POWER ORANGE
14
STOPLIGHTS
BRAKE SWITCH
WHITE
14
A/C HEAT POWER
A/C HEAT POWER
BLACK
14
WIPER POWER
WIPER POWER
DR. BLUE
14
FAN GROUND
FAN GROUND
BLACK
14
18
WORKSHEET FOR COLUMN SECTION
ACCESSORY
LABEL
COLOR
GAUGE
USE
MOVE
REMOVE
IGNITION SWITCH
IGN. SWITCH BAT
IGNITION SWITCH POWER
RED
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IGN SWITCH IGN.
IGNITION SWITCH COIL
PINK
12
IGN SWITCH ACC
IGNITION SWITCH ACC
ORANGE
12
IGN SWITCH IGN.
IGNITION SWITCH IGN
BROWN
12
IGN SWITCH START
IGNITION SWITCH START
PURPLE
12
LEFT FRONT TURN SIGNAL
LEFT FRONT SIGNAL
LT. BLUE
18
LEFT SIGNAL INDICATOR
LEFT SIGNAL IND
STEERING COLUMN
DR. BLUE
18
RIGHT FRONT TURN SIGNAL RIGHT FRONT SIGNAL
BLUE
18
RIGHT SIGNAL INDICATOR
RIGHT SIGNAL IND
DR. BLUE
18
BRAKE SWITCH
BRAKE SWITCH
WHITE
18
THIRD BRAKE LIGHT
THIRD BRAKE LIGHT
ORANGE
18
LEFT REAR TURN
LEFT REAR TURN
YELLOW
14
RIGHT REAR TURN
RIGHT REAR TURN
GREEN
14
HORN SWITCH
HORN SWITCH
LT. GREEN
14
TURN FLASHER
TURN FLASHER
PURPLE
14
HAZARD FLASHER
HAZARD
BROWN
14
LOW BEAM
LEFT LOW BEAM
TAN
14
HIGH BEAM
LEFT HIGH BEAM
LT. GREEN
14
HIGH BEAM INDICATOR
HIGH BEAM IND.
LT. GREEN
18
DIMMER POWER
DIMMER POWER
GRAY
12
DIMMER SWITCH
WORKSHEET FOR REAR SECTION
ACCESSORY
LABEL
COLOR
GAUGE
REAR TAIL LIGHT
LEFT TAIL PARK
BROWN
14
RIGHT REAR TURN
RIGHT REAR TURN
DR. GREEN
14
LEFT REAR TURN
LEFT REAR TURN
YELLOW
14
FUEL GAUGE SENDER
FUEL GAUGE
PINK
18
THIRD BRAKE LIGHT
THIRD BRAKE
ORANGE
18
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USE
MOVE
REMOVE
IMPORTANT
DISCLAIMER
In an effort to offer our customers the low prices, quick service and great value, Speedway Motors reserves the right to change
suppliers, specifications, colors, prices, materials. Each of the previous items is subject to change without notice. Speedway is not
responsible for any typographical errors or misinterpretations. Quantities are limited on some items.
WARRANTY DISCLAIMER
The purchaser understands and recognizes that racing parts, specialized street rod equipment, and all parts and services sold by
Speedway Motors, Inc. are exposed to many and varied conditions due to the manner in which they are installed and used. Speedway
Motors, Inc. makes no warranties, either express or implied, including any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular
purpose other than those contained in its current catalog with respect to the goods identified on the face of the invoice. There is no
warranty expressed or implied as to whether the goods sold hereby will protect purchaser or ultimate user of such goods from injury
or death. Speedway Motors assumes no liability after this period.
DAMAGE CLAIMS
Always inspect your package upon delivery. Inspect all packages in the presence of the delivery driver. The driver must note any
damage. Ask the driver the Carrier’s procedures for handling damage claims. You must hold the original box, packing material and
damaged merchandise for inspection or the carrier will not honor the claim. Notify Speedway Motors customer service department
for instructions on returning damaged goods. Speedway is not responsible if no notification is given within 5 days of receipt.
SHORTAGES
Always check the contents of your delivery to insure all the parts that you ordered were received. Please read the invoice. Double
check all packing materials, small items may be wrapped inside with these products. Shortages may occur from damage to the box,
so save all packing materials. Inspect the box for holes that would allow parts to fall out. If you are missing any item(s) be sure to
check your invoice for back orders or canceled items before calling the customer service department. If Speedway has to split a
shipment into multiple boxes, packages may be delivered on different days. You need to contact the customer service department
within 5 days of delivery to assure the prompt replacement. Speedway Motors assumes no liability after this period.
REFUSALS
All refused COD customers will be billed a 15% restocking charge plus freight to and from the destination! If you have questions
please contact Speedway’s customer service department.
WARRANTY CLAIMS
If an item has a manufacturer’s warranty as being free from defects we will exchange only. If the item has been used and you are
requesting warranty work, this may take up to 30 days as warranty work is done by the manufacturer NOT Speedway Motors.
If you have any questions please contact customer service.
RETURNS
Speedway wants you to be satisfied with your purchase. If within 30 days after you receive your shipment you are not satisfied, you
may return the item for refund or exchange. All exchanged or returned merchandise must be in original factory condition with no
modifications or alterations. Returned merchandise must include all packaging materials, warranty cards, manuals, and accessories.
If the items being returned need to be repackaged there will be a re-packing charge. Re-pack the item in a sturdy box and include a
copy of your invoice and complete the form on the back of the invoice. You must ship orders back PRE-PAID. WE DO NOT
ACCEPT COD SHIPMENTS. All exchanges need to have reshipping charges included. Items that are returned after 30 days are
subject to 15% restocking charges. All fiberglass returned will have 15% restocking charge. No returns on electrical parts, video
tapes, and books. Absolutely no returns on special order or close out merchandise.
FREE CATALOGS
Speedway Motors offers FREE catalogs for Race, Street, Sprint and Midget, Sport Compact and Pedal Car Restoration.
Some items are not legal for sale or use in California on pollution controlled motor vehicles. These items are legal in California
for racing vehicles only which may never be used upon a highway.
Speedway Motors Inc.,
P.O. Box 81906 Lincoln, NE 68501
402-323-3200 www.SpeedwayMotors.com
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