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Posted: 6/19/2002 1:43:12 PM EST
I have misplcaed my wiring diagram for my 1971 Chevelle and I'm sitting here with my thumb in my bum, so to speak. I need to get another one, but in the mean time is there some place on the internet that has them online in either download or view only form?
Link Posted: 6/19/2002 1:48:55 PM EST
I should have one, give me a few minutes to check and I will send it to you.(posting as oneshot1kill)
Link Posted: 6/19/2002 2:08:37 PM EST
try WWW.chevelles.com they have alot of good stuff on there page and also a message board with alot of smart people that could help you out.
Link Posted: 6/19/2002 2:32:21 PM EST
I found the book but it does not contain the wiring diagrams. Is there a particular circuit that yopu need help with?
Link Posted: 6/19/2002 8:28:52 PM EST
Just do a search for chevelle wiring diagrams and see what pops up. I did the same thing for my firebird and found a site in no time. Too bad you don't have a real car, I'd just send you one.[;)]
Link Posted: 6/20/2002 4:49:59 PM EST
Originally Posted By 2shots0kills: I found the book but it does not contain the wiring diagrams. Is there a particular circuit that yopu need help with?
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No, no particular circuit. I have som eloose ends under the dash, and a grounding problem somewhere in the charging system.
Link Posted: 6/20/2002 5:00:40 PM EST
On another note all together, I've been having a blast installing some pre-bent break lines from Fine Lines. These lines were appearently bent by Donkey Kong. I had to wrestle the hell out of the things, not to mention remove the GD master cylinder and vacuum booster, to get these things in. Well, I finally got them in and one of the lines crosses through the area where the Z-bar has to be. So, now have to re-bend my motherf*&^ing $110 pre-bent lines to get the clutch hooked up again. I'm pretty sure I paid $110 so I would have to fiddle with bending, cutting, and flearing break lines. With any luyck I will have to buy a line bender, which I was trying to avoid by getting pre-bent lines, and re-bend the stupid things. P.S. I'm at that dangerous 3 beer mark where you have enough alcohol to not realize your temper, but not enough alcohol to not care. So, if you don't mind I'm going to increase my B.A.C. right now.
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