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post #1 of 19 Old 11-07-2004, 02:41 PM Thread Starter
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Wiring Diagrams??

I am looking for a diagram for the lighting system....headlamps, brakes, parking/driving lights, dash lights, etc...

Anyone know where I can get one? Preferably online...

Jeep is an '88 Wrangler

Thanks!

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post #2 of 19 Old 11-07-2004, 04:51 PM
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I am looking for a diagram for the lighting system....headlamps, brakes, parking/driving lights, dash lights, etc...

Anyone know where I can get one? Preferably online...

Jeep is an '88 Wrangler

Thanks!

GO to hardware store and buy a service manual. I have an 88 too and I bought the Haynes wrangler book, it was $15 and it has all the schematics in the back pages. It has helped me alot! Hope this helps!

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post #3 of 19 Old 11-07-2004, 09:04 PM
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i know this is rehashing a different thread, but chilton's has the better wiring diagrams IMO. they break it down by year where Haynes lists it as "Typical for 87-95 wrangler models". ever look at the EFI diagrams for the 2.5 in the haynes? they're using the ECU pinouts for the TBI models and saying they're the same thoughout the YJ production years. after 91 though the MPI system uses a totally different pinout so those diagrams are worthless if you have late model 2.5L. but haynes never makes a point to differentiate between the two. (maybe that's why i prefer chilton's.) haynes also jumps around between diagrams with a thousand different meaningless numbers. i have yet to figure out half of them. the legend is useless since it covers only half of the symbols they use and you sometimes have to flip through each page to find the right splice they tell you about. and it gets hard to follow at times. anyway, here's a scan from each (chilton's covers everything you wanted i think, but haynes is just the front end). i left them really big so you could read them. sorry they're a bit fuzzy.

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Chilton's

I'll let you pick which one is easier to read

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I would go and pick up a chiltons it has great wiring diagrams. by the way I think the chilton is a better book all around.

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i know this is rehashing a different thread, but chilton's has the better wiring diagrams IMO. they break it down by year where Haynes lists it as "Typical for 87-95 wrangler models". ever look at the EFI diagrams for the 2.5 in the haynes? they're using the ECU pinouts for the TBI models and saying they're the same thoughout the YJ production years. after 91 though the MPI system uses a totally different pinout so those diagrams are worthless if you have late model 2.5L. but haynes never makes a point to differentiate between the two. (maybe that's why i prefer chilton's.) haynes also jumps around between diagrams with a thousand different meaningless numbers. i have yet to figure out half of them. the legend is useless since it covers only half of the symbols they use and you sometimes have to flip through each page to find the right splice they tell you about. and it gets hard to follow at times. anyway, here's a scan from each (chilton's covers everything you wanted i think, but haynes is just the front end). i left them really big so you could read them. sorry they're a bit fuzzy.

Haynes

Chilton's

I'll let you pick which one is easier to read
Thanks!!! This should help....oh and chiltons is better
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ahhh, my work here is done

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Gonna start my own thread now about wiring

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i got a 91 cherokee 3 wires came out of security connector not sure where they go its a maroon connector anyone know where to get info on this
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Lol. I just posted on here looking for wiring diagrams because my Haynes manual sucks ***
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Wiring diagrams are free at the Autozone website, look under repair help.

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post #12 of 19 Old 03-13-2014, 03:45 PM
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Yeah Haynes bought out Chiltons now so any new books will suck. I got a link to an downloadable FSM for electrical for the 94 model, all 190 pages of it, far more inclusive than anything I have seen in either Chiltons or Haynes. Best thing you can do if you plan to invest time and money and keep your rig is to get the FSM's specific to your rig. Amazon and e-bay are two places I regularly see them, not cheap but will keep more hair on your head.
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Haynes and Chiltons manuals have always sucked, I always try to get a FSM or a Motors or a Chiltons Professional manual.

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Awesome resource from Que89YJ. However a bit cumbersome to use on computer and would cost about $500 to have OfficeMax print it out, (I think $0.25 per page, per pic)?

I'm scoping some copies for sale online now...
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Google Mitchell DIY or Alldata, they're online and they smash the paper Haynes manual. I subscribe to all my vehicles. Mitchells is better IMO, if I had to recommend one, it would be Mitchells.
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