Without any information, I could't speculate what the problem is.
Electical problems usually come in the form of bad connections, shorts
or opens, and a wiring diagram probably isn't going to be much help in
those situations because the wires are going to the correct terminals
(unless someone has hacked up your wiring and tried to redo it
themselvs, then you may want to refer to a wiring diagram to double
check their work).
I may be stating the obvious, but did you check the effected system for
damaged wires or bad (or rusty) connections. are you having ignition
or accessory problems?
Maybe. What are the symptoms when you try to start it? Does the
security light come on? This could be the anti-theft system kicking in
if the key is not being read right, or it could be the anti-theft
starter interlock relay.
I might be able to help. I have a 95 Firebird and was having the same
problems shortly after I bought it. Even though we had the alternator
tested, it tested fine. It was BAD. At one point the speedometer was
bouncing with the turn signal speed. This I was told is a specific diod
(sp?) in the alternator that would cause this. So we put in a new one
but first a friend had a great idea - find a place that can test the
original while IN the car. Guess what!? It failed!
Myabe you could write more about what you are experiencing.
I do have the shop manuals for the 95 FB and Camaro. (same books)
95' Camaro wrote:
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