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Help with wiring 930 Relays on a transplant

I am working on cleaning up the wiring in my 1972t with a 1986 930 motor in it and I need help with the right wiring fir the relay panel/fuel relays. Does anyone have pictures abc or or diagrams to help? Here's what I have to deal with

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The rear relay I'm removing since it's for the rear defogger, the other two I need to see how to wire them, most wires are cut??
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Better view of the wiring on the relays, I also need to figure out how to put th overboost sensor back in the loop for the fuel pump
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Is this the correct wiring points for the relays?
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I noticed there aren't any fuel pumps on your schematic. ?
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The other schematics I'm using

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And this one too
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Great, thanks. PO by passed relay G in my car. I'm gonna put it back as my pumps run all the time when the ignition is on.
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put heat shrink on those bare soldered wires,

I would also solder any crimped wires,
I use the bare connectors with a little solder then heat shrink over the connector,
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I'm redoing all the connections with solder and heat shrink, and trying to get rid of any wires no longer needed.

Does anyone have a hi-res of this image? Or PDF?
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I would like a copy of that image too. I'm building my data base for when I rewire the car. That will not be an enjoyable task.

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