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Unread 10-21-2010, 01:15 PM   #11
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Default Re: '94 CC DS wiring diagram needed

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MEC. lots of times we run into this where you really can,t get a good quailty diagram, no ones fault just happens, i use to spend a lot of time putting wiring diagrams up but no matter how hard i tried some you could just barely figure it out so i now just tell members to get the service manual, i know its not cheap but its yours and you can read everything and thats important to people, that and the fact that you get every other thing you need to do your own testing and repairing/ replacing parts when needed.................can,t tell you how much time they have saved me and you can,t beat the step by step testing procedures ......just takes a lot of guesswork out of the job when they turn into head scratchers.....................................
Would any one happen to have a legend for the v glide schematic telling what each wire is??
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Unread 10-21-2010, 05:37 PM   #12
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Default Re: '94 CC DS wiring diagram needed

CONNECTIONS from back of V Glide all 6 gauge cables by color and running clock wise when looking from passenger side. Resistor bank starting with drivers side accross to passenger end.
#1-V Glide input at lower end toward back of glide unit 2 wires on one terminal RED wire from Solenoid and Black that goes to driver end of resistor bank
#2- not used
#3-third post ORANGE running to second connection from drivers end of resistor board
#4-4th post YELLOW runninbg to third connection from drivers end of resistor board
#5-5th post GREEN running to 4th connection from drivers end of resistor board
#6-6th post BLUE running to 5th connection from drivers end of resistor board
#7-7th post BLACK running to passenger end of resistor board bypassing resistor colis for high speed and hooked to GRAY wire coming from A-2 on motor.
Hope this makes some sense to you?
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