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Wiring schematic

rags_45rags_45 Posts: 3
edited May 2015 in Lincoln
hi im new here,i have a 2001 ls,it got hit in the drivers front fender,insane place for the wiring harness,thus my issue,it trashed the harness,ive started putting it back together as best i can,i cant find wiring diagrams,manuals nothing for this car,while wiring it up i came across duplicate and triple same color wires,how do i figure whats what without dismantling the entire loom and dash board,if it comes to that ill have to sell it any info would be great ,i love may car,but this is craziness,thank you

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  • steverstever Posts: 52,683
    Did you find bbbind.com for wiring diagrams? They have most cars and it's free if you register.
  • rags_45rags_45 Posts: 3
    thanks,great site,i think im screwed while i know kinda whats what dont know how to figure which wires go where,i have like 3 or 4 brown wires with a green tracer ,how can i tell how to hook them up
  • Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Sonoma, CaliforniaPosts: 57,855
    What happened to this harness? Did it rip out of the firewall or ....? Why can't you stretch out the survivor and see where they might hook back up?

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  • rags_45rags_45 Posts: 3
    no the problem is,thier are about a handful of wire that are the same color,really no way of telling which wire goes where,i have all the other wires soldered and shrink taped,but now im stuck because i have no idea what to do with them,dont want to burn out any components,,i might have to unravel the entire harness
  • thecardoc3thecardoc3 Posts: 4,321
    Any chance that two of them are actually black and green? If so take a test light and connect it to a good ground. If you have all of your fuses in place and the low beam headlights in their sockets, check to see if you have power available two of on those wires on the grill side of the harness. If so then either disconnect the low beam headlights, or their fuses (both RH and LH) and see if the power is lost to those wires when you do. If so then they are the ground control wires for the low beam lamps to the front electronic control module in the left hand side of the dash. Once those are identified, then you can connect your test light to power and repeat the check by turning the headlights on/off. The dash side of the harness should provide you a ground connection and turn your test light on.

    Even if the colors aren't correct and these are not headlight circuits, if you use a volt meter and test as described and simply keep trying different plausible systems identifying the circuits works out to just be a matter of persistence and being patient. As far as schematics go AlldataDIY.com has the entire service manual on a yearly subscription basis. You can get the O.E. schematics there.
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