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cadebytiger

posted on 12/5/19 at 02:00 PM Reply With Quote
Tiger wiring wipers and indicators

Hi all,

Its been a while since i have been on here or touched the car for that matter. Trying to get it running again and I seem to have lost the photos I took of the wiper and indicator connections. The column is sierra I think but a search on here suggests that the loom may not be. Any ideas would be very welcome!

Photos

Wires one:

Black
Green and white
Green and Red
Green and brown
Blue
Blue and Red
Blue and white


Bunch 2
Green and brown
Double green
Green and black
Green and red
Green and blue
Single Green

Thanks a million!

Rupert

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rusty nuts

posted on 12/5/19 at 06:14 PM Reply With Quote
The RHOCAR website showed how to wire up wiper using the Sierra switch and wiper delay relay, the colours may not match your loom but it gives you an idea
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snippy

posted on 14/5/19 at 07:47 PM Reply With Quote
I think your wires are as follows so give these a try

Black - Earth
Green and white - Pin 56a RH Indicator supply
Green and Red - Pin 56b LH Indicator supply
Green and brown - Pin 49a on indicator switch
Blue pin 56 on lighting switch
Blue and Red Dipped Beam pin 56b on lighting switch
Blue and white Main beam pin 56a on lighting switch


Bunch 2
Green and brown Pin 31B1 on wiper switch (for wiper motor)
Double green 12v supply
Green and black - Pin 31 on wiper switch (for wiper motor)
Green and red - Pin 53 on wiper switch (for wiper motor)
Green and blue - Pin 53b on wiper switch (for wiper motor)
Single Green - Pin 54 on wiper switch (for wiper motor)

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