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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-23-2002, 09:11 PM Thread Starter
 
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ROLL CALL: Who here needed wiring diagrams?

Ok everybody, heres what I can handle:

1990-1997==Any Electrical Diagram You Want
1970-2000==Stereo/Alarm/Starting

Ok, whatever you need, if it applies to the above, let me know now.

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If possible I would GREATLY APPRECIATE a engine compartment diagram for a 91 Blazer. You can email it to [email protected] or if you'd prefer some other way let me know. Also if you need any $$ for it let me know.

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1997 Dodge Caravan

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Re: ROLL CALL: Who here needed wiring diagrams?

Ok, Ryan, let me make this a little more specific. What vehicle, AND what diagrams. If I give you the whole thing you will be getting an email about 2 GB in size[img]images/icons/crazy.gif[/img].

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Re: ROLL CALL: Who here needed wiring diagrams?

1990 Suzuki Samurai.
Some interior wiring, lights and such.
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1983 GMC Seirra Classic, radio diagram would be awesome, also if there is something for the dome/cargo light
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Re: ROLL CALL: Who here needed wiring diagrams?

Ok fellas, everyone above this line except Ryan should be taken care of, if you need more, ask.

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Thanks, you're the best.
So now when people come and ask for wiring diagrams you can say 'no you had your chance' right?
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Re: ROLL CALL: Who here needed wiring diagrams?

Are these moreextensive than the ones in a haynes/chilton's manual? If so, How about the underdaxh stuff for my truck. I am redoing a lot of wiring right now and have no idea what one component is or where the 3 cut wires coming off of it go.
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I am about to remove my dual tank silinoid and replace it with a non return style nonvehicle specific model. If you had any idea about how the sending units are wired I would be really apreciative. I know what wires are hot at the noid to switch the tank but I dont know were the hell the gauge wires are or how all that ties in??? Help please[img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] 83 1/2 ton pu TIA
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