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Old May 6th, 2009, 02:30 PM
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110 plug under hood

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Old May 6th, 2009, 04:09 PM
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Have a wiring diagram? look them up by color.

Sounds like you need a multi-meter though. If you haven't used one before it should come with instructions to measure voltage, otherwise test it on something known like your battery to figure it out. Then hook it up to said wires and start slicking switches. At some point it should become evident what they are for.

Likewise you can test if one or both of those are connected to ground by doing a continuity test.

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There is no NAS 110 wiring diagram, or at least i have never seen one and everytime I ask everyone says that.
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K. move on the plan B then
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It isnt a big deal. Just wondering if those plugs should be plugged together.
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Mike says the factory shop manuals have a good diagram for the NAS 110. I have my own cunning plan to address this issue, but I need time man, time. My professional life is totally cramping my Rover efforts right now.
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There is no NAS 110 wiring diagram, or at least i have never seen one and everytime I ask everyone says that.
The NAS Defender 90/110 manual we have has wiring diagrams for NAS 110s. It is broken out into systems though. It is not one diagram for the entire truck. That makes it kind of a PITA, but it is certainly helpful and nearly complete, covers HVAC, EFI and all.

The problem is with NAS 110s is that they did not stick to a certain wiring code. Various wires do the same job in different NAS 110s but are different colors and some of the diagrams are just plain wrong.
I tired to keep track of all the differences and note them for a few years but just had to give up. Now I just know what position the wire is in the relay or whatever and sort it from there, the color codes are pretty worthless for the smaller systems. They are good for lights and such, but for systems like the rear defroster and such it is rarely the same as the diagrams.
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Well, if anyone has pdf's color if possible of one of those I would greatly appreciate it being emailed to me.

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Well, if anyone has pdf's color if possible of one of those I would greatly appreciate it being emailed to me.

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They aren't in color in my manual.
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Mike two questions
1. Those plugs in my picture does it look like they should be plugged together
2. Can I fix a AC vacuum tub with shrink tubing?

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They aren't in color in my manual.
I will take black and white. Come on, I am a good customer of ECR's parts pile.

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They'll be color when I get done with them. I want to do something like this, it is a document created in Vizio and saved as a PDF. So it can be blown up to wall-size if you want, and you'll still have perfect resolution. It just takes quite a few hours to research and create such a document. This one is for my 1750 GTV, a friend of mine makes them.
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Hi Ron,

If you can wait till tomorrow, I'll send them to you.

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You are relentless aren't you? I'm not Mike but

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1. Those plugs in my picture does it look like they should be plugged together
Test with a multi-meter before trying it. Unless you like to live on the wild side but I'm not getting that vibe from you . Most likely won't do anything bad, maybe blow a fuse at worst. Now if the wire was as thick as your finger, I'd suggest proceeding with caution, but it isn't.
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2. Can I fix a AC vacuum tub with shrink tubing?
I doubt it, but try it if you are curious. Can't hurt - worst case it won't hold. I'd say find some plastic tubing with an inner diameter that matches the outer diameter of that tube and use that to join them, using glue to seal and bond it. Easy peazy.

You should just try stuff sometimes. It's pretty hard to screw most things up and you learn either way.
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Oh I try crap all the time. Really it comes down to two things
1. I really dont feel like pulling the dash apart again so if I could fix it on the engine side that would be great
2. I am so sick of waiting for everything to come in the mail. I can buy the vacuum tubing I am sure from roversnorth or george but I dont feel like waiting.
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I have a 110 manual that I can copy and pdf a few pages...
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There is no NAS 110 wiring diagram, or at least i have never seen one and everytime I ask everyone says that.
I've got one on cd from Atlantic British for the NAS 110...

Just wish I could get a hard copy...
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Hi Ron,

If you can wait till tomorrow, I'll send them to you.

John
I can wait. My truck is scatter over two states, but I want to start moving stuff to the new bulkhead soon and the wiring diagram would help.

Thanks!

Ron

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BJF, i would not use shrink tubing, I would use thin hose. shrink wrap probably is not strong enough.
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Thin hose inside? The tube is so small. I guess I am going to have to order a length of of vacuum tube from rovers north can rip the dash apart again. So sick of ordering stuff. I need a rover junkyard to strip parts from locally.
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No outside. Cut a small piece off and go to the home depot plumbing section, or ace hardware or whatever. Find some plastic tubing that your test piece fits snuggly into. Buy 3" and some glue if you don't have any. Cut the ends of your vacuum tube square so they butt up against each other cleanly, put some glue all the way around the end of each piece and insert into the 3" sleeve.
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