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TR4EVER James R Sullivan
Tuckasegee, North Carolina, USA   USA
1962 Triumph TR4 "Trouble"
1967 Triumph TR4A
Hi all. finally trying to get back on the wiring. Questions about switch set up. I am trying to attach photos as follows.

I am pretty sure I have the lights, and ignition OK or at least colors match diagram and numbers on the switches.

1-solid small green wire from harness with 11 inch black wire taped on. Black wire has one end male and one in female. My guess is that this is to the heater switch with the black wire being ground that connects to body and then other end to the switch the green female end from harness to switch for power.

2-What looks to me like one solid black for ground and one black with green strip from the harness. My guess is this goes to wiper motor switch.

4-Voltage stablizer positive ground.

3-3 solid green wires together from harness inside firewall close to heater box?????

Does this look or sound correct? AGAIN many thanks for putting up with me. I have done this before but always had my daily driver (long gone) to walk over to and look at.
Thanks I really appreciate your time and hope this brings ome of you joy and possibly some who have been there.
Thanks
Randy(DA) in the boonies of western North Carolina


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