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    superliner wiring



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    #1 OFFLINE   bobo

    bobo

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    • Location:canada
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    • Model:RB'01, RW713'89
    • Year:01

    Posted 07 February 2012 - 07:15 PM

    Im in need of wiring diagrams for my '89 RW713 e9 with a/c. previous owner just butched under hood and dash wiring, Im spending way too much time just tryn to find wires, I want to start from scratch! bobo

    #2 OFFLINE   Underdog

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    • Model:CX613
    • Year:2000

    Posted 08 February 2012 - 09:26 AM

    Bobo, I was able to search and find a basic wiring diagram for my '84 RW online. As I recall just keyword '84 Mack wiring or something of that nature, or the highway service manual specific to your model year. That diagram has been very useful to me.
    I can post copies of mine, but it may be quite different than what you need for a superliner II.

    Gregg




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