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electrical diagrams.

i only have the hayne's manual, which is basic. any advice on where i might find a complete electrical diagram, for an 84 model.thanks,
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What are you looking for a diagram of?

Drop me a PM with your email address, I can send them to you in PDF

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Pelican has the early factory wiring diagrams:

http://www.pelicanparts.com/944/electrical/944_electrical_diagrams.htm
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The Haynes diagram is a lot easier to read if you copy each page, mate them edge to edge and tape together. Flipping pages to trace something is really a pain in the a$$.

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