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The Mitchell manuals site referenced below has one of the most comprehensive and accurate library of vacuum and wiring diagrams available anywhere. They offer a one week subscription to all their service data for one vehicle, for about $11. Best deal around!!!
your local Library would have eithet a Chilton's Manual, or a Hayne's Manual you could check out, or even copy the schematic diagram out of it, if they have a copy machine, which I have found, that most Library's do.Good Luck
Mine has Chilton's online.
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