The Haynes manual has about forty pages of circuits for the T44 series. It is
not like what you would think of as a schematic but works once you get used to
reading it. There is no other source that I have ever heard of for this.
Buy a manual on EBay.
My 1986 manual is very close to the 87 vehicle (I had an 87 200
turbo). FWIW. BTW, I'll sell you the manual if you want it, but I'd
suggest ebay as the best source. Gotta be a billion of them listed
Sorry, just looked at your original post and at the back of the
manual. It doesn't cover diesel models.
Perhaps it would be easier if you outlined the problem you're having
(if any)? Someone here is bound to know the answer.
The wiring diagram in the manuals is not in the typical format that you would
expect. It would not be useful if you are trying to rewire the entire car.
My recommendation would be to find another 100 in a scrap yard and buy the
wiring harness from it and take a lot of pictures of the way it is installed and
all the connections.
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