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Does anyone know where the turn signal switch diagram can be found for the 14's? I've looked through the diagrams several times and can't find it. I assume the switch provides a positive or negative trigger to the tipm. I just want to know which, and where the pins are on the tipm, assuming I'm correct about the function.
 

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I kind of figured there were some factory techs on here that could answer this question. Nobody knows how the turn signals activate or where to find the wiring diagram? The switch doesn't seem to exist in the diagrams I've looked at.
 

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Not sure you'll be able to get a wiring diagram for it yet. Mother Mopar is real slow about releasing technical info.
 

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Does anyone know where the turn signal switch diagram can be found for the 14's? I've looked through the diagrams several times and can't find it. I assume the switch provides a positive or negative trigger to the tipm. I just want to know which, and where the pins are on the tipm, assuming I'm correct about the function.
I believe the turn signal stalk switch is part of the SCM (Steering Control Module)
and communicates on the CAN(B) bus to the TIPM for turn signal application.
This is also part of the clock spring assy.

Top Challenger Tips'n Tricks #175 [FONT=&quot]Steering Control Module (SCM)[/FONT]


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I believe the turn signal stalk switch is part of the SCM (Steering Control Module)
and communicates on the CAN(B) bus to the TIPM for turn signal application.
This is also part of the clock spring assy.

Top Challenger Tips'n Tricks #175 [FONT=&quot]Steering Control Module (SCM)[/FONT]


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Thank you. That is a big help. I was hoping it wasn't on the can bus but at least I know now. Thanks again.
 
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