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Need some help guys. I removed the in-dash fuel gauge in my '67 Camaro and installed one of the repo factory tachs. In order to make it work, I ran a wire from the negative termnal on the tach to the MSD Box. Now, the tach works, but I have no turn signals. They don't even come on, so I ruled out the flasher. Also checked fuses. All other lights are working.It properly has something to do with the printed ciruit board, I just need to know how to fix it.

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Gary

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My turn signals stopped working after I removed my gauge assembly the first time. They did not work at all. It was the flasher. And not the one on the fuse box, it is the one, on the end of the wire harness pigtail, under the dash.
 

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Thanks, Gforce I'll try that.
 

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Replaced both flashers and thet still don't work. Any other ideas?
 

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Well, I now have turn signals, but only when I depress the brake pedal. Ground problem??

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theres always the old left arm straight out the window (Left Turn) bent up (right turn) and oh you get the point. I would look at your grounds in the rear by the brake/turn signel lights themselve. My parts car was doing the same and it was the ground in the back. also check out the switch that the brake pedel engages and the wiring that leads to it.

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I found the problem with my turn signals. There was a disconnect (2 wires had pulled back)in the 8 pin connector for the turn signal wiring harness under the dash.

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Hey, the last time I tried the arm out the window thing to turn right the guy across from me waived back at me.

Try it and see how many waves you get.
 
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