I have a question probably for the 20th time here but I still count on help. I have a Ogar 205 with a sound signal which probably was original there. Earlier I had an old installation but it was very hard and the pins were flying out of the sockets, so I decided to create a new one. I connected according to the old one, but unfortunately I can't get along with it. Certainly nothing broke because I didn't move anything more, except that if I don't connect it, something works and something doesn't work anyway.
I currently have it working for me. And with the lights it is different and the sound signal, either I have a long signal and a signal, or I don't have a long signal at all and the signal works. I wonder why after switching the ignition switch on the light, then I hear the sound of the signal or once as I plugged it all the time the signal was bothering me ... I can't understand it.
If someone can, please don't say which cable to go where, because there is no diagram in the picture for the sound signal.
But this scheme is not for Ogar 205 but for Romet Kadet from the Chrome frame I have a different one. There plugs 6 pins into the lamp from behind. It's best if someone describes me which cable to connect to because I have the diagram but there is no signal in it.
I partially agree, PIN1. from the bottom green ok, PIN 2 red agrees, 3 I have to tell, PIN4 I have a single yellow cable going to the rear lamp not like here 2 cables that go to the back (because 2 I have pins on the fender or going to ground. Pin 4 I have it too, and PIN5 is ok.
Now the question is whether the wires connected to the steering wheel switch need to be connected in order or does it not matter? More or less, I tipped the signal from the signal to the synagogue so that he would go, but the rest probably according to the scheme, but I do not know if it matters or not.
Rather, are you sure? I connected the signal wire to the signal pin, and the rest of the 3 cables according to the diagram in the figure, which was together with the wiring harness. I will play with it tomorrow. And if you can, please send me a more detailed photo or cable scheme that goes in the lamp to the switch. Because on that one you can hardly see my way. For this I have to say that in the lamp I have 1 label not connected, it is a cable from PIN 1 Looking at the diagram from below. I do not see that he is going somewhere, if the break is just loose and it probably was, although I am not sure. Anyone know where he is from and where he should lead?
I did it according to the pattern. Unfortunately, this does not work as it should. In the position without lights they are lights, in a position where they should be lights, the lights turn off and the signal tolls non-stop. Only extinguishing is as it should.
Look, I've been improving installations lately, I also had problems. I'll give you some advice. I personally have a new type of lamp
The connection is good from the diagram above
-I had so that in one position of the switch (long short) once the lamp on the back shone and once on the front. The answer to this solution is 3pin (black cable split into two) which had no connection to the lamp
-Signal or lights I put on 12v bulbs (front and back) the problem does not appear anymore, i.e. I can use the signal with the lights on
- the engine went out with the lights on, it turned out that there is too much gap in the candle.