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Old 06-28-2015, 02:34 PM   #1
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Default Dash Swap Wiring How-To for 1993 Hardbody

Original plugs (93 4 Cyl)............ New Plugs (95 V6)
A1- Yellow/Purple..........................B16- Yellow/Purple (Fuel Low Light)
A2- Yellow/Black...........................C23- Yellow/Black (Battery Light)
A3- Brown/Yellow..........................C26- Brown/Yellow (Brake light)
A4- Yellow/Blue.............................C24- Yellow/Blue (Oil Pressure)
A5- Black......................................A11- Black (High Beam -)
A6- Red/Yellow..............................A10- Red/Yellow (High Beam +)
A7- White/Black.............................B17- White/Black (12VDC Switched)
A9- Pink/Black...............................A5- Pink/Black (Illumination -)

B13- Black/Pink..............................C25- Black/Pink (Seat Belt light)
B14- Black/Yellow...........................B20- Black/Yellow (Brake Light)
B15- Green/White...........................C30- Green/White (Clock Illumination)
B16- Red/Green...............................C34- Red/Green (Clock Power)
B17- White.....................................C33- White (Tachometer)
B19- Red........................................B15- Red (Check Engine Light)
B20- Black.......................................D42- Black (Ground)
B22- Black.......................................B21- Black (Ground)
B23- Yellow/Red...............................A3- Yellow/Red (Coolant Temperature)
B24- Yellow/Green............................A8- Yellow/Green (Fuel Gauge)

C28- White/Blue...............................C28- Red (Speed Sensor)
C29- Black.......................................B22- White (Speed Sensor)
C30- Pink/Blue.................................D40- Pink/Blue (Illumination +)
C35- Gray/Red.................................D35- Gray/Red (Right Turn)
C36- Gray/Blue................................A9- Gray/Blue (Left Turn)


Hazard Switch
The wires for the hazard light switch have the same colors and functions on the 1993 and 1995, however, the wires are in different locations on the connectors. You can cut the old plug off and match the original wires to the pigtail from the 95 connector. Just match wire colors.
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Old 06-28-2015, 02:39 PM   #2
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If you notice any errors, please point them out so I can fix them.
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Old 06-29-2015, 01:49 AM   #3
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Fyi. Don't be tempted to use the 95 hazard light switch. It is not the same! Use your stock hazard switch
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Why would it not work if you rewire it?
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Old 01-20-2016, 09:58 PM   #5
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Started connecting wires today. Still not finished but I have noticed 2 minor mistakes...
"B20 to B42" there is no B42 on the newer cluster. I'm assuming you meant D42 as it is also a black wire?
"B16 to C30" says red/blue to red/green. Both the old wire and new wire were red/green. I guess that also depends on who is looking at it or maybe the year of the trucks. I am going from a '93 to a '94 but I don't know if that's make a difference. Anyways I will be sure to check back when I am finished and let ya know how the rest of it goes. Thanks for the help
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Yeah, the B42 D42 thing was typo. Thanks for pointing that out, I corrected it. I'll have to check on the wire color.
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"C22" on your list is actually B22
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"C22" on your list is actually B22
Yep, another typo. Thanks for finding that. Also, I looked back over my notes, not sure at what point I incorrectly transcribed that red/green wire to be red/blue, but yes, it should have been red/green so I corrected that too.
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Why would it not work if you rewire it?
I know now from your indication on how to re wire the switch. But I made the mistake to just splice in the 95 swithch to my 92 harness and my error caused me to have murderous rage the entire day
I could figure out why my turn signals would dim and not work properly
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Does anybody know if this guide would be compatible with Australian delivered D21 dashes?
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