need wiring diagram for '90 Legacy wagon

Discussion in 'Subaru Legacy' started by Mike Copeland, Jan 29, 2007.

  1. anyone have a source for a wiring diagram?
     
    Mike Copeland, Jan 29, 2007
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  2. Mike Copeland

    Vanguard Guest


    I go to the public library. Don't remember the name but the librarian
    will know what to show you. They subscribe to an online resource which
    includes car specs, and that includes wiring diagrams. That's how I
    figured out the wiring from my car radio (and which connector pins were
    for what) to the fusebox (inside and outside) and what was after the
    fusebox.
     
    Vanguard, Jan 29, 2007
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  3. Mike Copeland

    Steve Parker Guest

    Could use Mitchell manuals.
    Sparky
     
    Steve Parker, Jan 30, 2007
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  4. Mike Copeland

    S Guest

    Hi Mike!

    I'd offer to copy one from my factory service manual for you, but
    alas, it's not that simple anymore. Rather than having the entire
    diagram on one drawing (tho frequently spread over several pages), it
    is broken down by function, and spread out over a bunch of pages with
    connector pin-outs, diagnostics, and such. Is there something specific
    you're looking for? Also, you might try ebay for the entire 4 book
    manual, or even just the book that has the electrical section.

    ByeBye! S.

    Steve Jernigan KG0MB
    Laboratory Manager
    Microelectronics Research
    University of Colorado
    (719) 262-3101
     
    S, Jan 30, 2007
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  5. Thanx for the offer Steve. I have a few "issues" I need to check out. It
    has or had an alarm system installed at one time, the overhead light
    does not work properly and I am going to be installing some ham
    radio/scanner electronics in it too.
    So, I will look on ebay, thx.

    Mike
     
    Mike Copeland, Feb 2, 2007
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