I have spliced the WHT (CE1 Flasher relay input) to WHT/YLW (CE2 flasher relay power/Input)
but there are 2 wires i belive to be the source of my problem
RED/WHT (ce1 Main fusebox battery power)
BLK/BLU ( CE2 Emergency flasher turn signal power)
The black and blue wire on my mk1 interior harness only hade a spade end on it and did not go into any plugs, im guessing this could be my issue, where does the BLK/BLU wire go into the mk1 wiring? the flasher switch maybe? do i need the RED/WHT wire spliced into anything?
I took a quick look back at my bentlys and used the printouts of a2resource (CE1 & CE2) to cross reference. I have listed below what they should be (granted, I have no idea what year you're aba or mk1 is)
The turn signal to flasher switch seems perfectly correct.
The back of the flasher switch is labeled with DIN Numbers (which are conveniently listed in the bentlys)
EFS = Emergency Flasher Switch
EFS#R => Comes in from turn signal switch (TSS) and out to H02/04
EFS#L => Comes in from TSS and out to H02/06
EFS#49a => Out to H02/08
EFS#49 => Out to J/08
EFS#15 => Out to H01/05 (it's fuse 17 in CE2 --- fuse 19 in CE1) (This is START/RUN power)
EFS#30 => Out to J/04 (it's fuse 4 in CE2 --- some other fuse in CE1, I don't recall; mostly because I forgot to write it down) (This is Main Battery Power)
EFS#58b => Dash Lights
EFS#31 => Ground
The MK3 1995 ABA wiring I referenced in pics below
The MK1 wiring I referenced is a 1984 Jetta GLi because that's what I have. (pic below)
(sorry - cell phone pics and blurry... I was fighting with my cat trying to take these; should be clear enough to see what I am talking about)
Also did you check the flasher relay? etc? Sometimes it's the simple crap....