Gregory Bender

Police 6: Turn signals & spot lights

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Applicable to these part numbers:

  1. Route the harness from inside the dash (I prefer the left grommeted hole) to under the fuel tank in the space provided by the frame.
  2. Make the connections at the dash
    1. The blue wire (with insulation stripped and wire tinned with solder) is secured with a set screw to a terminal of the left push-pull switch. It does not matter which set screw is used.
    2. The blue wire with the insulated 6.3 mm female spade terminal is connected to the indicator light for the spot lights.
    3. The white/black wire with the insulated 6.3 mm female spade terminal is connected to the indicator light for the right turn signal circuit.
    4. The yellow/black wire with the insulated 6.3 mm female spade terminal is connected to the indicator light for the left turn signal circuit.
  3. Make the connections under the fuel tank
    1. The blue wires sharing the non-insulated 6.3 mm female spade terminal are connected to the 3 connection female spade connector distributing current to the spot lights.
    2. The white/black wire with the non-insulated 6.3 mm female spade terminal is connected to the 3 connection female spade connector for the right turn signal circuit.
    3. The yellow/black wire with the non-insulated 6.3 mm female spade terminal is connected to the 3 connection female spade connector for the left turn signal circuit.
An excellent view of the connections inside a standard police dash.
An excellent view of the connections inside a standard police dash.

Photo courtesy of Robert Bear Wolfe (Aloha).