Mazda B4000 2002 wiring in turn signal harnesses came out of plastic clip
I need to know the diagram for the turn signal harness in this truck. The wires came out of the plastic clip that attaches to the turn signal shifter. I need to know which wires go back into the plastic sleeve that attaches to the switch. There are a total of seven wires in one of the plastic sleeves and then ther is another plastic sleeve with more wires. I do not need to know the wiring diagram of the one with more wires, only the one with seven wires. I have identified the power wire as wht/blu and the the left turn signal wire, and then right turn signal wire. I don't know where they go in the harness. Then there is two more wires that I think go to the flasher button. Finally the last two wires go on the other end of that plastic harness, but again I don't know which holes on the harness they slide up into. Can you help?
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If the hood is original to the car whoever removed the wiring may have simply taped it into the wire harness on the firewall. If they have been removed or cut off, you can locate the corresponding wires in the firewall harness and splice into it with the hood harness. Otherwise you may have to purchase both wire harness from a specialty warehouse and that will be expensive. If there are no wires/plug taped into the firewall harness there is also a possibility that the car didn't come with the hood signals and the hood was added later.
I went through that. Dont chase wires.Strp out the inside of the car go to a yard and put in a new harness.It takes all the guess work out and 2 days later your on the road.Only about 70 bucks at the yard.
You will need the factory wiring diagrams. We do not have them due to copyrighting. You can buy the factory wiring booklet HERE, a must have for doing your own electrical trouble shooting and worth every penny.
Your local auto parts store should have a wiring harness that will clip in to your existing harness. Modern vehicles mostly have a harness coupler under the back of the vehicle you can unplug and plug in the trailer harness without having to cut anything, making the installation very quick and painless. The harness plug may have a plastic lock which you will need to release to separate the two sides of the harness. I recommend putting dielectric grease in both sides of the trailer harness to prevent corrosion from knocking out your trailer lights. The trailer harness kit will have instructions and a diagram to guide you. Hope this helps and please rate my solution!!
Rob I can't remember if your Mazda has separate brake and signal lights. I think that model year did. If so you will need a module to make it work on a 4 pin trailer connector. These will be readily available at your local auto supplier at a reasonable price (Around $20). It will also have a wiring diagram in the package. If the signal and the brake light are on the same bulb it will be easier.You may be able to buy a package at your auto supplier that you simply pull a plug apart at the rear of your truck and insert the complete harness.
I'm assuming you're just going to splice into the tail light wiring so that's what these wire colors are:
at the tail lamp 3 way connector:
black and yellow = park lamp
dark green and brown = left turn signal
there should be another connector with violet and black wire for reverse lights.
the stop lights are turned on through the turn signal circuits.
Removing the turn signal mechanism from the steering column is easy and can be accomplished in under a half hour.
First you should remove one of the battery cables as you should have no power available when removing or installing the wiring harness.then remove the front of the steering wheel.These usually just snap on or off.
Remoce the steering wheel using a small puller once you have removed the nut. . Usually available for aroung $10. Now that the signal mechanism is exposed you can wemove the plastic horn ring and also the 3 screws securing the mechanism to the steering column. Leave the mechanism on the colum for now. You can however reomove the screw that holds the lights, wiper and turn signal arm and let it hang free as there is no need to replace it if everything is working.
Next you have to remove the two panesl under the dash immediately under the steering column.
Tracing the wiring from the turn signal to where it enters a wiring block. This block has all the wiring from the turn signal, lights , cruise control and turn signals all on different modules. You are only concerned with the module from your tirn signals. To remove this module you have to separate the block by using a small ratchet and a 7mm socket. once the the bolt holdingb the block has been completely loosened the inner block can be oulled away from the outer block. Now the module containg the turn signal harness can be removed from the inner blosk and now you are close to removing the harness but first there is a plastic sleeve that protest the wiring as it passes along the lower part of the colimn. Squeezing one end of the sleeve you can push it out until it clears the colum. it can now be opened and reomoved from the harness. Now you can reomve the mechanism from the column and ease the harness up throught the steering solumn being careful to guide it through. The last two wires on the module , a beize and green wire that ties internally to the column will need to be cut and spliced into the new harness.
Using the reverse proceedure you can install the new turn signal.
First time may take a hour or so . One gets better with practice.
Go to www.installdr.com and search through the diagrams in there, the site is easy to use, all you need is acrobat reader installed on your computer to use the site, it has a full explanation on every wire color and what it is