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Old 06-28-2005, 04:54 PM
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Free wiring diagrams

A number of HR.Com members have asked where they can find wiring diagrames. The Auto Zone web site now posts them for almost all makes and models. Go to the link below, click on Vehicle Repair Guides, then follow the path for your make and model and you will be able to fine the appropriate diagram.

http://www.autozone.com/servlet/UiBr...epair_info.jsp

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Hmm . . . Didn't find my '36 Willys on their list.
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Bookmarked it.....may come in handy some day.
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Hmm . . . Didn't find my '36 Willys on their list.
I think wiring was optional for the Willys in 36.
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Thanks C-boy! This will come in VERY handy! It's not working right now but i'm sure it will be. So nice to have access to info that easy! And Auto-Zone no less?!!
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Nor my '46 Nash! But hell I cant find ANYTHING for it anywhere lol! Good thing it is complete!

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