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Old 01-01-2006, 08:04 PM
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1996 Big Block Chevy Wiring Diagram

I was wondering if any one out there had a wiring diagram for a 1996 Big block Chevy (454) that they could either send me through email, or if someone knew where i could get one for cheap. I also need the wiring diagram for the transmission that is on it, 4L80E, and was wondering if any knew where to get a wiring diagram for cheap, or if they had one they could send me. I recently put the engine and trans in my 1956 truck and need to know what wires i'm going to need to keep, and which one i'm can get rid of. Any comments welcome

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Try www.alldatadiy.com. They provide very detailled info for $25 per car per year.
You will need to retain the computer and the harness from the vehicle that the engine/trans came from. You are going to need accurate info. to get everthing right.
Considering the hassle factor, $25 is cheap.

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Doc here,

Howdy Castro Valley From Lafayette, and welcome to the Fourm!

Another good source that is most often overlooked...

The MAIN public library reference room...

It's free, (except for the cost of copy, ) and you have a Selection of data to wade through..not just stuck with one book..

If Your system does not carry what your looking for, ask if they can outsource them for you...

Ours is only around the corner, So I use it a lot!

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