Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'wiring diagram'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Categories

  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Electrical
  • Engine & Drivetrain
  • Fuel System
  • Exhaust
  • Body & Paint
  • Suspension & Steering
  • Wheels, Tires & Brakes
  • Z News
  • Technical Articles

Forums

  • CAR TALK
    • Z
    • ZX
    • The New Z
    • JDM
    • 510
    • 240K Skyline
    • Roadster
  • GENRE
    • History
    • Aftermarket
    • Racing
    • Concepts & Rumors
    • Shop Talk
  • MARKETPLACE
    • Vendor Marketplace
    • Classified Ad Forums
    • Garage Businesses
  • CLASSIC ZCAR CLUB
    • Chatterbox
    • Feeds
    • Video Center
    • Regional Talk
    • Technical Articles
  • NW Arkansas Z Car Club's Discussions
  • Maryland Z Club's Discussions
  • Midwestern Z Club's Z Chat
  • National Zcar Convention's Discussions
  • National Zcar Convention's Announcements

Calendars

  • Zcar Events and Shows
  • Zcar Club Washington
  • Classic Car Shows
  • National Zcar Convention's Events

Categories

  • Wiring Diagrams
  • Microfiche
  • Service Documents
  • Brochures
  • Factory Service Manuals
    • 240z
    • 260z
    • 280z
    • 280zx
    • 300zx
  • Manuals
    • Owner Manuals
  • Website Support
  • CAD Files
  • Software Tools
  • Tech Articles
  • Club Graphics

Product Groups

  • Club Merchandise
  • Direct Advertising
  • Club Membership
  • Club Donations

Categories

  • Z Cars
    • 240z
    • 260z
    • 280z
    • 280zx
    • 300zx
    • 350z
    • 370z
  • Other Models
    • 240k
    • 510
    • Skyline
    • Wagon
    • Trucks
    • Roadster
    • Sedan
  • Other Brands
    • Cars
    • Motorcycles
    • Trucks
    • Pets

Categories

  • For Sale
    • Cars for Sale
    • Parts for Sale
  • Want Ads
    • Cars Wanted
    • Parts Wanted
  • Completed Ads

Categories

There are no results to display.


Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


Real Name


Map Location


Occupation


ZCCA Membership ID


About my Cars


Website


Yahoo


Jabber


Skype ID


Facebook Page


Zcar 1 VIN


Zcar 2 VIN


Zcar 3 VIN


Zcar 4 VIN


Zcar 5 VIN

Found 4 results

  1. i've colorized another wiring diagram and am now making it available for download. this one was much less of a headache than the '76 diagram, being about 1/3 the size and complexity. download the U.S. 1972 240z here! special thanks to EScanlon for helping me iron out a few problems with it. stay tuned for more diagrams in the future. PS: though there isn't a lot of text on it to search, it IS searchable in a pdf viewer.
  2. Could anyone tell me what this is on a 260z. If you also know how it is wired you rock!
  3. So for the past couple of weeks I have been working on a wiring diagram whenever I have been bored or drunk. So here is the nearly final diagram that I will be putting in my car. larger version http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4057/4439513011_17611f45c7_o.jpg the point was to start new when i install the new dash, get rid of everything possible and use switches, replace glass tubes with and bladed fuses/breakers; since i have yet to find a diagram that does that i decided to make one and share. a couple notes on the components. -designed to work for a 240z, but really anything is possible with this -all gauges are to be assumed autometer unless i find a better/cheaper option, or i decide to use a motorcycle dash and figure things out that way. fuel gauge has 350 and 360ohm resistors ran in parallel. -wiper motor is the honda wiper upgrade, based off of the diagrams that were posted on this forum. switch is low/off/high -gm hei 280z dizzy conversion -euro/jdm rear light blinker mod; via the write up found on this forum -turn signal and indicator lamps (front and rear) are re-wired to work like the kit that was sold here and the one at MSA - all switches are ground switches, unless not really possible. everything that was operated by or from a Datsun stock component has been removed and replaced with a switch or button. -e-Fan is a Pontiac V6 Fiero fan, and the manual switch can be replaced with a temp switch. -alternator is the CS144/280zx internally regulated alt upgrade, write up found on this hybridz === this essentially my first attempt at wiring a car. Any input would be greatly appreciate, and any ideas would be awesome as well. The only thing that I have yet to draw in is the stereo, if you could call it that; essentially it would be 3.5mm headphone jack to speakers. I dont want the radio, or cd player from a dash unit just the AUX in. I think I will need an amp, or some type of signal booster, so that the two speakers will have some umph to em. I have yet to really research this, but once I find a diagram that will work I will add it in. once the diagram is complete it will have routing plans so you can have a coveted "invisible harness", wire gauge and length; and total cost needed for the entire car. Or, if anything, to be used with a painless or EZ-Wiring kit.
  4. I'm working on a color version of the 1972, and i'm having some problems sorting out the colors of some of the exterior light wires. Mainly, the white/black and white/red wires that go from the hazard light switch to the brake lights. when coming from the hazard switch, the white/black goes through a connector of some kind, comes out the other side as white/red, and in some unmarked spot between that and the light, turns green/black. it's the same sort of thing with the white/black coming from the hazards. can anyone tell me what the actual colors of these are? also, what is the connector they go through that's depicted in the diagram as a bar? please see the attached image for reference. EDIT: can anyone tell me why some of the wire lines are dashed?
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Privacy Policy and Guidelines. We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.