Series III, Station Wagon, Hazard Switch/Lights

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vincmad

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Hello fine People from LZ :)!

I am restorating a SIII, Station Wagon 109, 2.6 Petrol (1976). I put out all the wiring and put in a loom from british wiring. Things like heater, windscreen wipers/washer, horn, etc etc function quite well :)! The only thing i cannot get running are the hazard lights/switch. Indicators are good and function well :)!
British Wiring send me the instructions from Autosparks, but that doesn´t work and its also a little bit confusing.


Maybe my wiring is faulty? I have numbered the wires, maybe somebody can help me :)!

1) Brown - goes to hazard warning relay
2) light green pink - goes to hazard warning relay
3) green - with male spade should connect to ->
4) green??
5) yellow green - to flasher relay
6) red green - from the steering switch? (also flasher relay??)
7) black - earth
8) brown - fusebox

4 and 6 are keeping me frustrated. I don´t know which green wiring i should take to connect it with the male spade?? In my fusebox are a lots of green wires.

My indicators a working fine, but when i pull the hazard switch, indicators aren´t working, when i put the hazard switch back, normal indicators work fine. I tested it with an old and a new hazard warning switch (both lucas)
 

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Hello. I have 2 Lucas pull switches. One is new and the old one.
 

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the switch plugs in with the connector between Main wiring harness and steering column harness with the hazard wiring harness.
 
as the indicators work ok the ignition fed side of the hazard switch is working .where the brown fed from as this should have a battery feed for the hazard switch to work when pulled out,try taking a fused piece of cable from a known battery feed to the brown on the flasher relay and try hazards ,if this works the brown feeding the hazard switch requires looking at
 

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as the indicators work ok the ignition fed side of the hazard switch is working .where the brown fed from as this should have a battery feed for the hazard switch to work when pulled out,try taking a fused piece of cable from a known battery feed to the brown on the flasher relay and try hazards ,if this works the brown feeding the hazard switch requires looking at
Thank you. I will give it a try tomorrow after work. :)
 
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