Re: Accessory position is a go
I want to help, but I'm still not getting it all.
For the ACC position issue, I think your going to have to tell us what circuits are powering up that you don't think should be, or what's happening that's making you think something is wrong. Many of the circuits are supposed to be energized when the key is turned back, so we need to know what's coming on that you think should not, and we can go from there.
For the hazards, which "new style fuse box" did you install? On my AAW Classic Update, there are two flasher relay positions; one at the bottom right, which is obvious because it has a round recessed area around it, and one at the top left, which isn't as obvious. Are both of these flashers in your fuse box? If yes, then is the flasher knob going in and engaging with a click you can feel? When I rebuilt my column, I had the turn signal switch assembly out of position by a hair, nd the knob would not go all the way in and click. I moved it, and now it clicks and the flashers come on fine.
69 'vert project big block/TKO 600 RR
68 'vert driver RS clone -- gone!