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Old February 6th, 2008, 11:56 AM
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Wanted: 94 NAS Electrical Diagram

Anyone know where I can find the 94 NAS electrical diagram? I've seen the 97NAS which I'm sure is very different due to OBD2/Automatic/etc.. I've also found 2002MY and 300Tdi, but none seem consistant with whats on the 94 NAS V8... Any ideas?
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Old February 6th, 2008, 01:45 PM
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im going to assume that you dont have the factory repair manuel for the d90 in question? (back of book).
there are 3 or 4 websites that should contain what you are looking for in pdf download format.
R.O.V.E.R.S. info and repair
RUSSIAN ROVER PDFS PAGE
LAND ROVER MANUALS DOWNLOAD

these are 3 places off the top of my head in my bookmarks.
hope this helps you out.
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Old February 6th, 2008, 01:54 PM
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William -- Thanks, but those are basically the ones I'm referring to... between RAVE cd and numerous postings around the web, I've been able to find 97NAS, 2002MY and 300Tdi ... but they are all extremely different with the wiring.. I'm looking for specific relay & fuse #s ..
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Old February 6th, 2008, 01:56 PM
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You could give George at RoversDownSouth a call to see if he has any...
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Hey Ryan, if you have any luck I'd love to see the info as well ('94, #791)

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Old February 7th, 2008, 12:58 AM
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It is on the CD you can buy from RN. You just have to dig for it. What specifically do you need to see? I can send you a PDF of the pages you need.

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Anyone know where I can find the 94 NAS electrical diagram? I've seen the 97NAS which I'm sure is very different due to OBD2/Automatic/etc.. I've also found 2002MY and 300Tdi, but none seem consistant with whats on the 94 NAS V8... Any ideas?
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Old February 7th, 2008, 01:29 AM
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It is on the CD you can buy from RN. You just have to dig for it. What specifically do you need to see? I can send you a PDF of the pages you need.
Gary -- I'm looking for interior illumination, such as the dash gauges (and the clock should be on the same line)... If you could drop me an email w/ a PDF of it, I'd appreciate it! I've looked at a bunch of them and they're all different.
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They are pretty bacis drawings, but do show you enough to get the idea of what is going on and trouble shoot a problem. The wire color codes are shown also. (if you can decode the LR wire coloring abreviations) I'll see what I can get printed for you.

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It appears Lucas has stuck my Tech Pub CD just like it strikes our rovers. The CD will not open and of the manuals on it making it useless. Funny as it worked perfectly last week and it is not even a bootleg copy, I paid full RN price! I will try it on another computer tomorrow and see what happens.
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Yeah I've learned the LR wire coloring abbreviations the hard way in the past I just want to see if there is anything different documentation wise for 94/95 NAS then the 97NAS ... I have to troubleshoot an electrical problem this weekend..
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