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also I have found that if you have a library card you can go to the public library and find reference manuals or shop manuals that you would normally have to purchase but can borrow for free. Good Luck.
If you need a shop manual for the chassis you can get a used book from Ebay. If it involves lights or other accessories for the conversion part of the van you could try contacting the company that did the original conversion. I doubt they print books with diagrams for the public.
I doubt you would ever find a book on something that unique and that old. In general terms, there should be a harness coming from the steering column that would control the turn signals and brake lights, and a harness on the firewall or radiator support for the parking lights. You might try to find a Dodge book to tell you the color codes for a standard truck or van. The only other option is to use a test light and try the wires until you find the ones you are looking for.
Try Walter Miller auto literature it is an ebay store he has many owners manuals. You may find that all that is available is a owners manual for the 2003 Dodge Ram and that the conversion info is only items installed on that van. This is how alot of RV-Conversion Van are.
Are u looking for the owner's manual that came w/ it new? If so, go to the GM website, you sign in and I believe u can download it from their website. Should work on 93 and newer Chevy's. Let me know if u can't find it. countrycurt0