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Best source for an electrical wiring diagram?

...I cant locate my Haynes, however I dont recall if there was a wiring diagram included? Aside from a factory service manual, Is there a good source for this information?
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The absolutely best source for the 944 wiring diagrams is the factory service manual. Period.

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Early 944 electrical diagrams. Say "thank you Pelican Parts"!

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http://www.pelicanparts.com/944/electrical/944_electrical_diagrams.htm
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Unfortunately, will not cover an 86 944 (as listed in the requester's sig.)

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Neither will the Haynes. Better than nothing as most of the 86's electrical is close to the early 944's.
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*********** sells the factory workshop manuals on CD for like $50 I think. That's your best bet and their genuine.
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*********** sells the factory workshop manuals on CD for like $50 I think. That's your best bet and their genuine.
They do?

Can't seem to find it on their web page. You don't happen to have a link to it?
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AA won't be in business long if they are selling factory manuals on CD. Porsche never released them on CD. (they keep talking about it.....)

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Download the 944 Hardparts Catalog. It's on the last page.
Part No. BCD 944 343
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Well son of a gun. AA is selling bogus CDRs.
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they're musclin' in on your biddniss

btw: you got any updates lately?
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Not unless you have an early 924. Think there is a site in Jolly Old that has the FM's on line.

I was just by the local dealer today and asked about FM's on CD's.

Nope!
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From where can I download the 944 Hardparts Catalog?
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