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Old 07-14-2007, 06:51 AM   #1
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wiring diagram needed ASAP

I need a diagram of the wiring under the steering wheel by the pedals where alarms are generally installed. I'm having some difficulty with some bad connections but there are a million wires and I'm getting frustrated! Help please.
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Are you just looking for ignition system wiring diagram? They're all separated by function, not by location in the car.
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Yes. This is what is happening... I turn my key to the ON position and my dash lights wouldn't come on, nor would the windows work. Also the car would crank hard but would not start. I think the harness might have some bad connections like the ones that go to the dash lights, window switches and fuel pump. I just wanted to see which wires are which so I can see if something came loose or something.
In the process, all the wires under there (where the alarm brain is) are just hanging around and I wanted to see which wire is which under the car. I thought I'd learn something from looking at how the alarm was connected. Is there anything that can help me get what I want.
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