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    I can get any schematics from about 85 and up

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    Ninja

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    Location : Piqua, Ohio

    I can get any schematics from about 85 and up

    Post  Ninja on Thu Apr 29, 2010 8:02 pm

    I have access to Mitchell1. The downside is that they dont have many schematics for anything below an 85. (again depends on the car/truck type) But anything newer i can access and i beleave post here. Some of them are really nice completly redone, while others like my 1990 sc are just reprints of the oem manuals. (glasses needed on those)

    Ask away and ill do my best to help u out. Electrical is my fav thing to do.
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    Darkside Dave
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    Question???

    Post  Darkside Dave on Sat May 01, 2010 10:09 am

    Ninja wrote:I have access to Mitchell1. The downside is that they dont have many schematics for anything below an 85. (again depends on the car/truck type) But anything newer i can access and i beleave post here. Some of them are really nice completly redone, while others like my 1990 sc are just reprints of the oem manuals. (glasses needed on those)

    Ask away and ill do my best to help u out. Electrical is my fav thing to do.


    Have you found anything like detailed diagrams of the internals of things like the instrument clusters on the SC and the Explorers. I am pretty well versed in electronics and electronic design so I can figure out what circuits are doing and how they work if I can see detailed schematics. I just haven't figured out how to get them. One thing I would like to get for the '90 SC and the '97 Explorer is a big detailed set od schematics like I got when I ordered the complete documentation for my '93 E-350 diesel cargo vans when I bought them. I am assuming they still have this kind of documentation available up through the '90s.

    Later Man...


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