Where can you find wiring diagrams and color codes from starter relay to starter motor on 2000 firebird?
Buy a Haynes Repair Manual or a Chilton Repair Manual for a 2000 Firebird. Both have clear schematics for all electrical systems.
== == == == == == == == I have found wiring diagrams in a number of different vehicle repair books; the one I most commonly use is the Haynes manuals. They usually offer complete wirining diagrams for stereos, lighting, and any other electrical components, and not a bad deal at around $20.00. p.s. The Haynes manuals also offer a variety of other do-it yourself repairs.
PEUGEOT do not use colour codes in their diagrams. they mark their cables with individual codes normally a number or a number + a letter such as 1 or 1a. direct earth connections are marked M then a numeric code tacked on. direct earths are the only cables that are easily identified from their colour they are alway green with a yellow stripe.
HI, most local libraries have an online system called AllData. It is what alot of paid Mechanics use to diagnose and fix alot of issues on cars. I have used it for quite a few cars. It takes just a little time to find what your looking for , but it is free of cost to use. It cost 10 cents to print out a page of information. I am in St.Louis MO and that…
Free is hard to find when it comes to professional grade automotive wiring diagrams. You can find free wire colors and pinout information at places like the12volt.com, modifiedlife.com and/or installdoctor.com but they don't have actual "diagrams" and the information they supply isn't directly from the manufacturer - like real diagrams are. Professional-grade Wiring Diagrams are available from the following sources: Wiring-Diagram.com ($6 for Full Color circuits) [http://www.wiring-diagram.com] Mitchell Repair [eautorepair.net] ($12 black & white circuits)…
Unlike the older cars with CCC you cannot get trouble codes with your car without the scanner. Often Autozone or Advance will connect your car to a scanner for free, to see if there are codes stored. Remember just because a sensor sets a code, doesn't mean that the sensor is bad, It is in that circuit, so it could be the wiring, plug loosem vacuum lines to the sensor, etc. Good luck.
wiring diagrams should be available at your local library... ...everyone should have a manual for their vehicle(parts store or dealer), and a local library should have professional shop manuals available in the REFERENCE section for free...make copies of the appropriate sections...read up and good luck :)