This information may be helpful to people who have old Signal-Stat aftermarket turn signal switches installed on the steering columns of their Jeeps.
Darren Page scanned his instruction manual for the Model 800:
"The amazing '4 in 1' Sigflare conversion switch for passenger cars that not only signals the turns but flashes both parking lights and both stop lights for an emergency disability warning."
"Mounting strap fits all steering columns. Available in chrome or baked enamel finish."
At left is the wiring diagram which applies to 1950s Willys CJ's. The manual also includes a note for 1953 models (see "Cars Marked G," below) which apparently refers to vehicles not equipped with taillights that can be converted to turn signals.
See the full instruction manual:
Page 1 -- introduction and part numbers for 6, 12 and 24-volt models and parking light rewiring kits.
Page 2 -- chart for selecting parts for all vehicles.
Page 3 -- installation instructions and diagrams.
Page 4 -- diagrams for vehicles with different wiring.
The Signal-Stat Model 900 is a slightly newer design, and is still manufactured by Truck-Lite as Model 900 (black) and 901 (chrome).
Thanks to Darren Page for scanning the Model 800 instructions, Wes Knettle for finding the other diagrams, and Dell Kronstedt for the Model 900 photo. -- Derek Redmond
Elsewhere on the web, see How Do I Wire My Turn Signals? at Stovebolt.com.
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