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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-15-2000, 08:39 AM Thread Starter
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Wiring Diagram?

Does anybody have good wiring diagram(better than the one found in the Haynes manual)for a 86 Samurai?
My passenger headlight is dimmer than the driver's side. I checked the bulbs,
both are OK. I know that it is a problem with the ground on that bulb. I can not locate the ground for that bulb and when I trace it out in the Haynes manual it shows the ground back at the headlight switch. Does that seem right?
Everything else works OK - turn signals, marker lights, flashers, brake lights,
the other headlight!
If anyone has a wiring diagram other than the one in the Haynes manual could they email me.

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Wayne-
The haynes manual is great for a doorstop,shim,or a booster seat. That's it. Buy the Factory Service Manual specific to your year and your worries are over. Most of the major vendors have them and they are the best 50 bucks you'll ever spend. i believe the ground is up front near the bulbs-at work now- possibly universal with the front driving lights?I can't recall- anyone know for sure? i'll check tonight if no one else posts...

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Dbenj,
I already knew that about the Haynes manual, it was a freebie when I bought
my zuki.
The grounds that you are talking about are not for the headlights, there is
multiple grounds located near the headlights but they are fro the turn signals,
and side marker lights.


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E-mail me and I'll email you back with a scanned factory service manual diagram.

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check the fuse to that side I think(Oh god that hurt) that they are fused independantly, and will come on dim
if the fuse is out. or just say the hell with it and run a wire to the other side that does work.

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Thanks Glenn,
I had did evene think to check the fuse, being that it was dim, I thought the ground was bad.
I ended checking the fuse and one he conectors had pulled out the fuse block.

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I had the same problem when I first got my truck, Just had to remember....... Thats one I didn't put in the log book
either.

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