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Where can you find a free wiring diagram for a 1987 GMC Jimmy 4X4 for a federal engine control specifically the ignition or coil?


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2014-10-07 00:35:14
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When making changes to an electrical or wiring system, a diagram is important to have on hand. A wiring diagram for this car can be found in its manual or an auto tech at an auto part store, or shop may print one out.


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