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Do you need one, are you offering one. Do you need a wiring diagram?

More info will probably get you more answers.
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If you can't round one up on Google, ask over at www.67-72chevytrucks.com/vboard . Somebody over there probably has one.

Might also see if Auto Zone's site has one with or near their wiring diagrams.
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Do you need one, are you offering one. Do you need a wiring diagram?

More info will probably get you more answers.
Ya know?? Brief is one thing, but... LOL

THIS is a '77, front view. I believe the '74 will be similar to this. If not, my mistake.

Here's the size fuse for each circuit.
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