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Old September 8th, 2013, 05:34 PM
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Circuit Diagram 10-N

Has anyone converted this PDF to CAD?
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Old September 8th, 2013, 09:18 PM
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It doesn't really work that way.

What is your final plan with a CAD file?
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Old September 13th, 2013, 07:12 AM
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It doesn't really work that way.

What is your final plan with a CAD file?
Poor choice of words... I mean if someone has gone through the trouble of drawing the diagram in CAD. Not a conversion...

The plan is to have an accurate wiring diagram for my trucks. I rewired both trucks, 88 and 109, and having the diagram is a good idea to have.

The one I have right now I did by hand.
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Cz with a CAD file it is easy to add and edit circuits. PDF is not editable.
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Cz with a CAD file it is easy to add and edit circuits. PDF is not editable.
If you are capable of adding or editing circuits, it should take you no more than an hour to reproduce that diagram in autocad.

I also don't see any point, unless you go all out with autocad electrical linked to an inventor model and plan on doing nailboards for repro harnesses. but someone already does that
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What will a CAD version do for you that a PDF wont? Its a wiring diagram...

-Jeff
I can modify it accordingly. I improved it...
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If you are capable of adding or editing circuits, it should take you no more than an hour to reproduce that diagram in autocad.

I also don't see any point, unless you go all out with autocad electrical linked to an inventor model and plan on doing nailboards for repro harnesses. but someone already does that
I'll probably to it... Looks like no one has done it in CAD.
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Ya a 2A has two fuses but uses only one, really. Since the wire they used is fairly fat for the runs, fusing isn't really necessary. Fuses protect the wire, not the thing at the end of the wire.
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I fused everything on my truck.

I want to slap the engineer who designed the 2 fuse block on the Series.
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