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Wiring diagram for 1987 suzuki carry

Need to fix the wiring for lights and indicators from inside the steering wheel and need a diagram . so i can rewire them again

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If you want to rewire the vehicle, assuming that you will not be changing any systems, you can usually find complete new wiring harnesses from both the dealer and from aftermarket selllers like Quadratec and JC Witney.  Buying the complete wiring harnesses will be alot cheaper and less time consuming than trying to make them yourself.  These wire assemblies are just a plug and play deal, you disconnect a harness and replace it with the new one.  They may even include some instructions. If you need further assistance with custom wiring or diagnosis, I would recommend getting the service manual for the vehicle from the dealer or used ones from eBay ($30- $100).  The factory service manuals have complete wiring diagrams and schematics as well as full diagnostic information.  These service manuals are NOT like the ones found at your local parts store (Chilton or Haynes).  The factory service manuals are like complete blueprints for a car.

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SOURCE: I need a wiring diagram for 1987 Chevrolet 3/4 ton

The Haynes repair manuals usuall have wiring diagrams in the back of book.Around $20.

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