DIAGRAMS - CONTINUED
WIRE TRACING - CONTINUED
This wire will take you to another diagram. The diagram number at the end of the arrow head indicates which diagram
to go to and the "/3" indicates which page of that diagram. The wire is located on the page by wire number. The wire you go to
will also reference the diagram and page number you came from.
This wire will take you to another page of the same diagram. The 1 of the 1.1C indicates which page to go to and the 1C
references the grid coordinates to locate the wire. Wire number is also used to identify the location.
Connectors are indicated by a designation "X", "XK", or "XS". A connector can be any type of connecting device such
as terminal blocks, 15 pin or 9 pin Amp connector or Deutsch connectors. The "X" connector is the most common. The "XK"
connectors are only found on the two relay boards in the breaker panel. The "XS" connectors are found at the transmission and
accessory control levers and wiper connections. The number below the dot is the pin number.
Multiple connections are sometimes made at terminal blocks. The following example shows one of these connections.
Jumpers are used to connect several terminal block sections to make one terminal as indicated by the dashed line.