Either check with the dealer parts department (might not have it because of the age of it) or check the library for auto repair manuals and see if it is shown in one of them. Library is a great source of info on doing repairs with most of them having repair manuals from various years, makes and models. The cheapest way to get a diagram is to go to the public library and see if they have a manual for your car, many do. If not, I would use alldata.com they are cheap and you can download any information for one car for a year for $25. I had a dealership reject my Caprice for a loose steering coluum and quote me a price of about $700 to fix. Since I knew it wasn't any looser than when I bought the car new, I told them to reject it. I scaped off the rejection sticker and took it to another inspection station and it passed no problem. That was 4 years ago. HI JUST GO TO YOUR LOCAL GM DEALER (I AM A GM PARTS DEALER I HAVE WHAT YOU NEED)SO JUST GO TO ANY PARTS DEALER
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