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Go over to IH8mud.com fj40 forum

loads of pictures and explanation in the forum

also google coolerman fj40 and schematics

go to the link for schematics downloads

also his build website has a load of electrical info

I can help but would rather do it via a post on mud as i can reference the links and pics you need easier there

I am bsmith123 on mud

also what year is your 40?

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