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Old 03-22-2009, 05:50 PM   #1
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Default Looking for schematics/wiring diagram for 2000 1500 Silverado

I can't find my tuning binder, it had all the freaking schematics and line diagrams. I want to find the power circuit (or ground) for the radio, dash, 4wd (specifically transfer case solenoid).

I have a 1.35 Amp draw with the plug disconnected at the transfer case. Plug it in and it will blow my testers fuse (10amps) when it first triggers.

Unplug radio fuse, it goes down to .35.

I can't tell what relay is closing and opening, but **** is happening behind the dash when you complete the circuit.

I even completely unplugged the BCM and it still happens.(BCM is flat black box directly under steerign column right?

I also completely disassembled my nitrous and meth. No where was it connected to ground or positive.
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Go to your local autozone or whatever and get a Haines repair manual, they have all the basic wiring diagrams in the back, and the book is pretty useful for all kinds of maintenance and repair issues. i dont recall what it costs but i wanna say it was like 20 bucks. well worth it IMHO.
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I have one that I can can copy from and fax it to you if you would like me to.
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If its anything like the astro vans, it has a seperate control box located in the drivers side kick panel. If you wants the diagrams Email me, I'll send them to you. My email address is open to the forum members
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PM sent. I have access to some diagrams.
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Thanks guys!

http://performancetrucks.net/forums/...33#post4168633

I'd like a schematic of the OBD II.
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This might help.

http://arrc.epnet.com/autoasp/index....ain.autorefctr
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