hi all can any one tell me how to wire up a flarestat madel number 105y154 hazzar switch it has two wire a white wire and a brown wire with a fuse holder brown must be power but where do I hook up the white wire any help would be nice
I looked but apparently the installation instructions for your Signal-stat Flare stat 4 Way Hazard Switch Model 105y154 dealer installed hazard switch for 1962-'65 Chevy's were printed on the outside of the box.
Signal-stat is still in business and still sells a two wire switch (white is hot and the brown is connected to your circuit that you want to flash from what I read posted by e-Bay retailers) matter of fact there no less than 14 currently for sale on e-Bay.
This option is talked about a lot over on the pick-up truck boards. That is were I learned of a member that had a copy of the dealer installed accessory manual that shows all of the parts that were authorized by GM to be installed on cars and light trucks and the instructions for how to install it. (your instructions are on page 358).
Here is a manual for 1965 (because I forgot what year your car was).
DAVE MY CAR IS A 66 SS BUDDY THANKS
SO THE WHITE WIRE GOES TO POSATIVE IS THAT WHAT YOU ARE SAYING AND THE BROWN GOES TO THE FLASH WIRE UNDER THE DASH THE BROWN WIRE HAS A FUSE HOLDER i WAS THINKING THAT IS TH POSATIVE WIRE BUDDY CHEERS
I have no idea how to wire the flasher. I am simply restating what an e-Bay seller said in response to a question he had about that product.
Near as I can tell your car's wiring has to modified in such as way as the two wires you have can tun on and off the brake lights and the front turn signals which is going to be hard to do with only two wires. Every other model flasher has seven wires coming out of the flasher.
The only way I can think of doing this is to "y" into the left and right turn signals with one of the wires (shouldn't make any difference which one as this is a mechanical device not electrical). If it had three wires it would make more sense as you would then have power going in, that is interrupted by the flasher going out to the left and right turn signal wires.