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Old 12-05-2018, 08:06 PM   #21
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Have you not looked at the TD5 wiring diagram?
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Old 12-05-2018, 08:12 PM   #22
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Old 12-05-2018, 08:17 PM   #23
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Lol. Lucky you have not cooked something. I would guess it was controlled by the ECU. Normally you ground switch with an ECU controlled light.
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The ECU from the TD5 is gone as I?m running a 200.

I cut the glow plug wire behind the instrument panel and ran a wire to the relay itself, so I?m not sure where the power is coming from?

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Old 12-05-2018, 09:30 PM   #26
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It's not a ground switched light according to the diagrams I have looked at. It feeds +12V to the instrument panel... I run a td5 dash and it's working fine for me.

If that ECU is in place then it should work fine with any signal wire, the relay isn't going to pass excessive voltage to the warning light, mine works fine with a direct feed from the relay.
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The ECU from the TD5 is gone as I?m running a 200.

I cut the glow plug wire behind the instrument panel and ran a wire to the relay itself, so I?m not sure where the power is coming from?
Are you sure that you got the correct wire?
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According to this it should be black with a yellow trace

The diagrams on the attached document are super helpful in determining what the feeds are, just remember to identify the plugs before you start splicing as the diagrams I believe are warning panel centric. A little extra time here will save you from running the wrong light.
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According to this it should be black with a yellow trace

The diagrams on the attached document are super helpful in determining what the feeds are, just remember to identify the plugs before you start splicing as the diagrams I believe are warning panel centric. A little extra time here will save you from running the wrong light.
I linked the diagram 3 posts above.
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I linked the diagram 3 posts above.
I linked the diagram 23 posts ago.
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