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84 930 wiring help needed

We pulled out the alarm and stereo this weekend and cant get the fuel pumps back on line. I am unable to find any correct wiring diagrams, and my local dealer does not have any either. if any one has anything I would be very grateful.

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Try this, You can download what you need.

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we got it, many thanks to all, now onto the turbo boost gauge, it "rises to 0" and does not move. I think its going into boost as it just does not want to stop at 4000 rpm. can you guys normally hear the turbo kicking in, like a turbine on a jet whining?
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Yes, when the wastegate opens, there's a loud (?) sound coming from it.
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so in neutral if I bring the car over 4K rpm I should hear it kick on. the gauge is not working at all. THe needle moves slightly when the car is started and thats it. if the turbo is working and the gauge is not I am thinking there must be a sending unit of some type.
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You aren't going to get any boost reving the engine from idle. You need to be driving it and under load, accelerating.

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ok thx we will start to figure it out.

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