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Didn't We Have Updated Links for the Wiring Diagrams

Captain Manly

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Ok, After looking for the last hour, it has come to the point a couple of things

1) All the links for purposed (or supposed) wiring diagrams one could access are now broken, unable to access.

2) After market production versions of the diagram are a joke.


Could someone find updated file(s) of the complete wiring diagrams (preferably late model years) and have them re-posted so that we would be able to make large copies to paste on our garage walls as wallpaper?


Thankyou, thankyouverymuch!!

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51 minutes ago, JerryC said:

The color diagram is a photo of the Prospero's Garage schematic. I just got mine (earlier version) the other day. Hoping to use it soon. 







I just bought one of these diagrams, too. The colors make it much easier to understand, but I've had to compare it with other diagrams for additional details that I have needed. 


See Esty's first post in this thread for good 6-fuse diagram: 


Between Prospero's and what Esty has posted, I've been able to figure out much more than I ever could before. 



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