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. From the motor comes 4 wires all white.2 12g and 214 gauge. swithch has 3 spades the capacitor has 2 , the cord has a white,black and ground is green.Also the rocker switch lights up

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SOURCE: 2004 Expedition Wiring Color Codes

brown would be the parking light hot wire
green / white would be the blinker hot wire
black yes ground ,
but according to the schematics , **** this color combination only applies to the left front

the right front should be :
brown would be the parking light hot wire
black ground , and a white / light blue would be the blinker hot wire

do you need the rear colors ?

brown is parking on both left and right rears
black is ground on both
light green / orange left blinker / stop light hot wire
orange / light blue right blinker / stop light hot wire

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SOURCE: 1990 Dodge Ram Wiper not working

You did everything else. You have voltage going to motor,so I would say that was it.

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SOURCE: 97 s10 pickup 4.3 sending unit

Hello,
It is ok for your gauge to go to 1/4 when off. It is even some what normal. The gauge is going to its neutral position. Keep in mind it is also comon for the sending unit to fail in this year / make of vehicle.

I hope this helps.

Roy

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SOURCE: fuel gauge problem not working

its more likely the sending unit resistor inside the tank. sometimes you can replace just the float resistor with another working used one but most new ones come only as the complete unit

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You Will Need

Get 15 ft 10 gauge wire, 3 ft 14 gauge wire, and a Bosch 4 or 5
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  3. Just a word of caution. Follow the wires down to the side of the
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  4. The ground wire from the relay (a small piece of 14 gauge from
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