<VV> wiring drawings

BobHelt at aol.com BobHelt at aol.com
Sun Aug 8 18:07:25 EDT 2010

Well, I don't think everyone would agree with your definition of  
"schematics" but nevertheless, what you seem to want are diagrams like  the 1960-1961 
Corvair Shop Manual wiring diagrams. (why didn't you just say so?) 
As far as i know those are the only two wiring diagrams for Corvairs that  
meet your definition. There are no other wiring diagrams that do. 
PS what do you call the old radio and television schematics that show all  
circuits together in one diagram, if not schematics???????
So here is your great opportunity..... Go for it and produce these  
"schematics" (and colored too) so that all of us might benefit. 
Bob Helt 

In a message dated 8/8/2010 1:06:07 P.M. US Mountain Standard Time,  
hyarnell1 at earthlink.net writes:

By  schematics, I mean electrical drawings that represent a circuit.
Look at  any Helms manual (section 8) of any GM car from, say, the '80s 
forward. Each  circuit is laid out from the 12 source, thru switchs , modules, 
etc to ground.  You can follow how a circuit works; and what the pinouts 
are; the color of the  wire. 
It makes troubleshooting 'easy'....that's what I'm looking  for.

Harry Yarnell

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