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Splicing A wireing harness.

Im trying to piece together a wireing harness from the computer to just under the glove box. I have it completed all but seven wires.There are two green wires with an orange stripe,Two solid black ones,Two solid white ones and three white ones with a blue stripe.I cut the old ones out before I realized that there were more than one of each of these colors.I need to know how to trace these from the computer side to the engine side so that I can hook the right ones together.By the way,Its a 1990 Nissan four wheel drive pickup.It has a four cylinder with standard shift.Do you know how to get a wireing diagram for this?

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    paul erickson May 11, 2010

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SOURCE: Wonder if anyone out there knows which wire is

get a repare manual it will show the wireing. bobg22

Posted on Nov 15, 2009

SOURCE: hi> I have nissan sunny model 1999+ so i need

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there is no need to pay for the wiring diagrams, until you ask for immediate response(premier service). i have attached four wiring diagrams for your reference.Please rate my solution as helpful.ee8f38e.pngs of 2004 Nissan Sentra, for your reference. I hope its helpful for you. Please rate my solution as helpful. Regards, Venu.e4adcad.jpg9de1ae6.png

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SOURCE: I'm wiring a harness for

green=right turn
yellow=left turn
brown=tail lights
white=ground

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