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Old October 20th, 2006, 08:39 AM
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Electrical schematics for a '97

Hey guys, Does anyone know of a source for good electrical diagrams for a '97? I have the manual but the info is marginal.... I am looking for good schematics. There seems to be various CDs of service manuals for sale on Ebay etc. Not sure about the quality of the info on those...maybe they are nothing more than the CD version of the hard copy manual I already have.

I would much prefer to have a hard copy of the schematics.

Any advice??
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Old October 20th, 2006, 06:40 PM
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Most of the eBay CD's are bootlegs of the UK Rave CD, and may not have an accurate schematic for an NAS Defender. It's probavly pretty close, though, with the advantage the the PDF wiring diagrams on the CD are in color.

You can now pick up a new CD at the PDX dealer that includes the NAS manual set, including the electrical troublshooting manual. It's less than $30.
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Old October 20th, 2006, 09:50 PM
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What is the PDX dealer?
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Old October 20th, 2006, 09:55 PM
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schematics

I am pretty sure I saw the diagrams on roverpars.com or roversnorth, you need to view it with mozilla, but it had them at least so you could look at them...

http://catalog.roversnorth.com/catal...4_contents.htm

more specifically...

Circuit Diagram, 2.25ltr Petrol, Series IIA, Positive Earth p83

Circuit Diagram, 2.25ltr Petrol, Series IIA, Negative Earth to
US Federal Standards p84

Circuit Diagram, 2.25ltr & 2.6ltr Petrol, Series III,
Negative Earth p85

http://catalog.roversnorth.com/catal..._85/page85.htm
the guys on the phone said it should be the same as the series III

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Old October 21st, 2006, 03:11 AM
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Hey guys thanks. Someone forwarded the info I needed in PDF form so I have what I need now.

trislerjw, I appreciate you posting those links to the Series III diagrams but they lack detail and unfortunately are too different from the D90 diagrams.

snuffer, PDX means Portland.
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