Re: Oil Light flickers on and off while driving
The one wire with 12 volts, I would think, goes to the e-brake switch.
You might ground it for a second to see if the BRAKE light does come on. Be quick.
Oil light , my mistake, is a dark blue wire and would be by the distributor originally and ran over to the firewall connector.
Blinkers could be the flasher itself. As long as all the turn signal bulbs work when requested, then I suggest to change the flasher for a trailer/heavy duty flasher, P/N 552(?). The light duty flasher depends upon current drawn to open/close, meaning bulb wattage. The hd flasher is timed, does not care about current drawn.
Ignition buzzer, you may want to leave off. But, check, I want to say, pink wire to the horn relay. Could be the dark blue wire. Check Electrical sticky.
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