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Old 12-31-2009, 07:27 PM   #1
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C3 Corvette Wiring Diagrams

[PDFs] C3 Corvette Wiring Diagrams for years 68-82

http://www.nrjvette.com/johdotukset/?C=D;O=D






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nice i'm just gonna download the zip (nice bandwidth on the server, 1mb/s download)
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i do believe that the ignition switch is mislabeled as the beam selector switch on the '77 schematic
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I'll add my $.02 here. If you're chasing an electrical problem and the circuit you're following runs from one page to another, print the diagrams as big as you can, then line up the wire runs and tape the pages together. Use a hilighter and trace that wire- color of the hilight makes no difference, you can see what color the wire is on the print. Doing that, you can find exactly where the wire starts and ends, how many connectors or devices are inline.

I've been chasing aircraft wiring this way for longer than I want to recall- some of those run across more than 2 or 3 pages..Hasn't missed yet.
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i love doing that on the modern military vehicles, some of the trucks go 5-6 different sheets, and some of them average 3 sheets per circuit
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Awesome find

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If you're chasing an electrical problem and the circuit you're following runs from one page to another, print the diagrams as big as you can, then line up the wire runs and tape the pages together. Use a hilighter and trace that wire- color of the hilight makes no difference, you can see what color the wire is on the print. Doing that, you can find exactly where the wire starts and ends, how many connectors or devices are inline.
Thanks for the tip. This will certainly help track down the numerous electrical gremlins that these cars have.
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Fantastic find; I 've saved the one for my year, and will take the file on a stick to a printing facility, to have them printed twice as large; then have them laminated.

Have been looking for this for some time, and find them just here as a sticky.
Thanks for this invaluable info, not available on this side of the Atlantic.

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I have the GM assembly manual for my 81 and it

still looks like a nightmare to me. The manual has

every wire and it is still hard to find where they

all go.
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Looks like the link to all the wiring diagrams is gone
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Here it is, and still working [at least for the '81!]
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[PDFs] C3 Corvette Wiring Diagrams for years 68-82

http://www.nrjvette.com/johdotukset/?C=D;O=D






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MOST helpful for my Restro/Mod-thing. Even though I have an aftermarket "kit" this will be nice to have for comparison.
Kudos to you for finding it!

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Here it is, and still working [at least for the '81!]
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I can't get it to work either. www.nrjvette.com doesn't work?
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