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Re: vw wiring schematics
Here is the diagram you requested. If you need other assistance or have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask! I'm an old VW mechanic, and I had (among others) a '71 Type 1 pop-top camper that I acquired with a blown engine. Built a stroker motor for it tuned for torque, and my friends redubbed it the "Ferrari Housecar!" It would cruise at 90 mph all day long, with plenty of pedal left! (And still get 30 mpg!)
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Go to AUTOZONE.com.(If you're viewing the site with a cell phone it will probably show the site in mobile view)If so,you need to click on "full site" at the bottom of the page.Once the full site is opened,register a account.Now click "add vehicle" & add your vehicle info.Now scroll down to the bottom of the page & click "repair help".Now scroll to the left & up & click " vehicle repair guide".Click on whichever vehicle system you wanna view that's shown in orange writing.You'll probably wanna click "engine electrical or chassis electrical" for wiring diagrams.Once you click the desired system,all of that systems components will pop up on your left under "select a chapter" Click whichever component you wanna view.These repair guides are free from Autozone.If this is too much hassle for you,post a new question with your year,make,model & engine size info then list whichever type of schematic you're looking for.
(I.E.-schematic for headlights,ecu,radio,etc)What part on the car are you trying to fix,do you need a chassis wiring schematic or engine wiring schematic??
you cant get the whole elec diagram that would be 100 of pages what you can do is log on to auto zone (its free) go to vehicles and enter what you have, go to repair help, then to vehicle repair,and then to wiring diagrams ,when you ask us for help PLEASE give us 1)year-2)make-3)model-4)motor size
Send an email to me at email@example.com and I will send you 2 installation PDF's for a 7 pin and 13 pin Jaeger cable. Please be aware that you do need a car specific cable set for a BMW E-60. This cable set includes CAN-bus modules. You cannot simply make taps on existing wiring as this will impact the BMW's fault diagnosis system.
YOU HAVE TO GO ON LINE LOOK UP AUTO DATA DIY FOR A ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC FOR THE ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM ON A 2005 HONDA PILOT OR BUY A HAYNES REPAIR MANUAL AT ANY AUTO PARTS STORES.THE REPAIR MANUAL HAS ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC FOR ENGINE CONTROLS.
Check out faxon auto literature. They list the original VW service manual for your car.It should have the wiring diagram that you need but you could confirm that with them before you bought it. I've used them befor and had excellent service. Hope this helps.
there is a good chance its just the linkage, which i believe the westfalias had, but, most of the older vw's used plastic shift linkage, if you look just behind the tranny, there should be some bars with ball sockets on the ends, one of the short plastic ones has probably snapped one side of its socket if not the whole thing. its like a 5 dollar part at the dealership, if it is infact the same design. it happened on my friends 83 rabbit, so i would assume they still had the design, hope that helps!