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Old 01-15-2007, 06:54 PM
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VW engine wiring diagram

i have a 1970 VW beetle..

and it has auto stick tranny....

and HAD A/C.. but my grandpa dont rember where the compressor is
( help if you can)..but it caught on fire a while back..

and some of the wiring is gone/ burnt/ melted.

i need a wiring diagram. please

-cam

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Google to the rescue............

http://www.thesamba.com/vw/archives/info/wiringt1.php
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haha poncho..

as soon as that post went through.. that page loaded . i was searching it


haha

but thanks.now i dont have to save it..and i can print it on a legal sheet at school... i dont want to change my settings on here. my dad would go WACK
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Doc here,

You might also try the Reference Room of your MAIN library Branch..

Most keep factory manuals for Many Cars. (Our's Does..) , and if yours Does not have them, ask the Reference guy, If he could outsource them for you from another library System.

The Downshot is they usually don't allow reference material out of the library , so you must copy them there..bring a pocket full or change..

You can get a Chilton's or Haynes at the local auto zombie for about $21.00, If all else fails.

Good Luck!

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Doc here,

You might also try the Reference Room of your MAIN library Branch..

Most keep factory manuals for Many Cars. (Our's Does..) , and if yours Does not have them, ask the Reference guy, If he could outsource them for you from another library System.

The Downshot is they usually don't allow reference material out of the library , so you must copy them there..bring a pocket full or change..

You can get a Chilton's or Haynes at the local auto zombie for about $21.00, If all else fails.

Good Luck!

Doc
in my town.. tahts called a city


lol

we have 1 library

lmao

so yeah.. i found one from www.thesamba.com


or w/e it is .. and i'm just delaying for my book to come in..

wait wait wait

but it'll get here





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