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W I R I N G S C H E M A T I C S

Postby AuDMAX » Mon Dec 24, 2007 6:24 am

JLemond took the time to scan & send me these Wiring Schematics earlier this Yr...
Thanks again Jerry

If any1 else has any, C'mon! Dont Hold Out!
POST'EM ERE!!!


OIL PREASURE WARNING SYSTEM
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HEADLIGHTS
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02 SENSOR & TPS
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IGNITION
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TACHO/COIL/DIZZY
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INJECTORS
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TPS/FUEL PRES. VSV/Canister VSV/AIR CONTROL VSV
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MAF/EGR
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ALT. VOLT REG./FUEL PUMP
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CHEERS!

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Re: W I R I N G S C H E M A T I C S

Postby Ozzielad » Sat Dec 29, 2007 6:59 pm

G'day folks,
I have some diagrams that I've coloured in to reduce the confusion when reading them as I've had to use them recently. A solid colour represents the first letter of the code while the broken colour or dot represents the second letter of code. Eg. RL Which becomes Red solid and Blue dot and is typically noted as a red & blue wire.
I did find some mistakes or information left out in the original diagrams which were scanned from the Haynes Isuzu PU '81 to 93\Trooper '84 to '91 Repair manual (47020). Does not cover Amigo or diesels.
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Postby boss » Sun Dec 30, 2007 11:16 am

Wow! You drink a lot of coffee, do ya?
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Postby Ozzielad » Sun Dec 30, 2007 6:22 pm

boss wrote:Wow! You drink a lot of coffee, do ya?


Hey how did you know that :lol:
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Postby boss » Sun Dec 30, 2007 8:10 pm

I just traded an oscilloscope for wind turbine parts at a workshop I just went to in Colorado.
While I was showing the guys how to use it, they noticed all the paint pen mods I did the the knobs, smiles. Smiles.
The face of the scope looked a lot like your schematics.
I was keyed up tighter than a two dollar watch in those days.
I'm better now.
Hehehe
Plus I did the same thing to lots of the schematics for my electronics business in those days too.
I would show the embellished schematics to my workers, saying the same thing you said. Most would just look at me, with eyebrows raised. :roll:
Uh huh :oops:
Brian Rodgers
Pup(gasser),used engine in! Seems great!
Two 1986 Isuzu Troopers C223T engines (1 good -1 bad)
my web site http://outfitnm.com/ biodiesel, axial flux wind turbine, no worries, no ads

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Postby Ozzielad » Mon Dec 31, 2007 1:49 am

boss wrote:I just traded an oscilloscope for wind turbine parts at a workshop I just went to in Colorado.
While I was showing the guys how to use it, they noticed all the paint pen mods I did the the knobs, smiles. Smiles.
The face of the scope looked a lot like your schematics.
I was keyed up tighter than a two dollar watch in those days.
I'm better now.
Hehehe
Plus I did the same thing to lots of the schematics for my electronics business in those days too.
I would show the embellished schematics to my workers, saying the same thing you said. Most would just look at me, with eyebrows raised. :roll:
Uh huh :oops:


Ok, well this explains alot I reckon...It's an age thing and soon dissappears so I'm cured. Thank heavens for that. :roll:
Good onya mate. Happy new year. :lol:
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Postby Ozzielad » Fri Feb 22, 2008 7:26 pm

Ozzielad wrote:G'day folks,
I have some diagrams that I've coloured in to reduce the confusion when reading them as I've had to use them recently. A solid colour represents the first letter of the code while the broken colour or dot represents the second letter of code. Eg. RL Which becomes Red solid and Blue dot and is typically noted as a red & blue wire.
I did find some mistakes or information left out in the original diagrams which were scanned from the Haynes Isuzu PU '81 to 93\Trooper '84 to '91 Repair manual (47020). Does not cover Amigo or diesels


G'day once again. Decided to remove those horrid lookin diagrams i had posted previously from a Haynes manual. If anyone needs wiring diagrams for '83 & '84 pups, diesel or gas (petrol), 4x4 or 2wd, RHD or LHD, PM me as i have 'em coming out of my ears so to speak and are from the factory manuals. Brake supplement stuff too for the '84.
Later,
Ozzie.
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Postby boss » Sat Feb 23, 2008 6:32 am

I did a Wireless Internet installation for one of your county-mates here in northern New Mexico yesterday. Queensland area I think he said. :D Real nice guy. Sold his place there and built a modest solar grid tied home in the mountains north of here. Married a New Yorker though :roll:
I liked your schematics. I even posted one in my morning newsletter.
Brian Rodgers
Pup(gasser),used engine in! Seems great!
Two 1986 Isuzu Troopers C223T engines (1 good -1 bad)
my web site http://outfitnm.com/ biodiesel, axial flux wind turbine, no worries, no ads

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Postby Ozzielad » Sat Feb 23, 2008 6:55 pm

boss wrote:I did a Wireless Internet installation for one of your county-mates here in northern New Mexico yesterday. Queensland area I think he said. :D Real nice guy. Sold his place there and built a modest solar grid tied home in the mountains north of here. Married a New Yorker though :roll:
I liked your schematics. I even posted one in my morning newsletter.

G'day Boss,
It's great to know that someone appreciates the time I spent "colouring in" those other schematics even though the info wasn't all there.
Yes, most of us down under blokes are nice guys :lol: although we are becoming extinct i reckon. I have a mate who has started screen printing t shirts and one of his ideas is "Save The Good All Round Ozzie Bloke From Extinction by" I can't tell ya the rest as this is a public forum so just use your imagination :wink: and you'll get the general idea.

I'm interested to know what type of newsletter do you publish?
Later,
Ozzie.
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Postby Ozzielad » Sat Feb 23, 2008 7:38 pm

[quote="Ozzielad
G'day once again. Decided to remove those horrid lookin diagrams i had posted previously from a Haynes manual. If anyone needs wiring diagrams for '83 & '84 pups, diesel or gas (petrol), 4x4 or 2wd, RHD or LHD, PM me as i have 'em coming out of my ears so to speak and are from the factory manuals. Brake supplement stuff too.
Later,
Ozzie.[/quote]
To reduce confusion this is what I have
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1984 onwards & Includes colour Position Circuit Diagrams for Auto Trans.

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Wiring schematics; Hong Kong RHD Gas, Australia RHD Gas & Diesel, Saudi Arabia Gas & Diesel LHD, Standard & Europe LHD RHD Gas & Diesel.

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Brakes 1980 onwards

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3A.jpg
1981 KB series onwards.

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Postby OzLuvTrucker » Sat Feb 23, 2008 8:49 pm

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Postby boss » Sun Feb 24, 2008 7:02 am

I hope the bosses don't mind if I post a one here. I picked a newsletter that is Isuzu related. There are literally thousands of them as I have been writing it since 1999. One of the Internet's first blogs I guess. Sort of a chronicle of a guy who never dropped back in after the sixties.
Anyone interested can see more of my musings at http://outfitnm.com
Please feel free to resister there to subscribe to the newsletter and get a free gallery. I have forums, on diesels which are in dire need of input, biodiesel, our annual Tusas campout party in our forest, solar powered WIFi, and my latest craze, axial flux wind turbines.
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Brian's Morning newsletter - Blue Monday - booze & auto mechanic don't mix well
Monday June 18th 2007
Good morning
I am going to do my best to write cheerily this morning even though I am feeling somewhat less than my usual merry monkey chucking self. Aww, what's wrong? Did someone have a bad weekend? Maybe it's a case of the Mondays? No. I had a great weekend, and I don't get the Monday-blues since I don't work on Monday. It's nothing I care to admit, and Nell assures me I should let it go. I spilled twenty gallons of biodiesel along with the wash water. Darn, it hurts just to think about it. And we are just about out of waste vegetable oil, so I absolutely must get the WVO recovery system together now, or I'll be up against the wall, stopped from making any more biodiesel. Also I need to pay for the methanol, but I can't find the bill, again. Sigh. The chemical company delivers with payment due in thirty days. I hope it was sixty days. I will pull it all together.

In fact, I wrote to our bank on Saturday explaining that I need them to approve paying for the order to http://utahbiodieselsupply.com even though it is $5.00 above the daily debit card limit. That should come off without a hitch, especially since I am sending an extra $200.00 cash with Nell to deposit this morning. No worries. I was helping Austin install a new CD–MP3 memory stick player like the one we used at Tusas Campo, when I forgot to close the drain on the biodiesel wash tank, and lost a hundred dollars worth of fuel. In retaliation for that blunder I drank a pint of Crown Royal. As recovering alcoholics would warn us if we asked them, this not only solves nothing, but it makes matters much worse. This was the case for me yesterday. Austin asked me to help him with his car stereo as a Fathers Day gift. Crap was it Fathers Day? I hadn't called my dad or done anything for him. I'm a bad son. I wonder if things started going wrong for me because of my guilt?

Regardless, I slogged ahead. At some point I think it was mid-afternoon, I woke from a nap which the new release movie called Ghost Rider caused for the second time, I woke Austin and Amelia whom the movie apparently had the same affect. Man that was a bad flic. I don't recommend Ghost Rider, unless of course you want to take a nap. Anyway, I woke Austin at which point I thought he was going to come off the couch and slug me. I forgive him, it was hotter than hell in the house and trying to sleep while that silly movie was playing might cause even the levelest headed person to lose composure.

So we went out to the shop, popped the tops on a couple of Rolling Rock Light beers, or diet beer as I affectionately call them. I must have opened the drain on the wash tank for the biodiesel and walked away from it, completely forgetting about it, By the time I snapped, it was gone except for five gallons!#@ Grumble mumble curse. I went right inside and cried to Nell. At which point she promptly dropped what she was doing and comforted me. I love my wife. So the Rock Green Light beer or RGL as it says on the label seemed palatable, if not good, at least until they warmed up a little in the sun. Even then I was enjoying the beer, abetted by the fact that each one has only 83 calories.

All the while I was not winning the battle of letting my blunder go. That's when I recalled that I not only bought the RGL (diet beer) but a pint of Crown Royal blended Canadian whiskey as well. Attesting to the shear heat of the day and the fact that we can't have booze in the house, I cracked open the little bottle, which had been in the hot-box garage all day, at which point it began to re-distill up my nose. Nothing like pure alcohol vapors wafting in your face on a hot day to bring one to his senses. Not me, I opened the mini fridge I keep in the shop and put the little bottle in the mini freezer compartment. Giggles, the little fridge immediately turned on its compressor, as if a hot bottle of Crown was about all it could handle, during the heat of the day.

Of course, I didn't wait long before testing the temperature of the little bottle again. Like I said, this was no doubt the beginning of a series of bad moves on my part. I don't know how hot it was yesterday, but I suspect on a scale of warmish to hotter than hell, it was (I'm an idiot) hot. Austin had accomplished his goal and his new stereo sounded great, I was already not thinking clearly, when I decided that I would take advantage of his offer to help me swap the alternator from the White Isuzu Trooper to the one I am using for work. In hindsight I wish I quit while I was behind.

I had this screwy idea to add a 12 volt DC to 115 volt AC inverter to my work truck so I could charge the battery on my laptop. I use the laptop and my cell phone all day long while I am working out of my Trooper. It was a good idea, and probably still is, but I had one issue I needed to deal with before I added anything to the Trooper electrical system. I have been disconnecting the battery every night because something inside the alternator is mis-wired and if I don't disconnect the battery it will be dead by morning. My plan was simple: The white Trooper has a working and properly wired (internally) alternator, I was going to pull it, and open it to see how it was wired, then pull the alternator out of my work Trooper and make it be the same.

I always say, don't work on machines mad or drunk. I broke both of these simple rules, and quickly paid the price for my poor judgment. I got two bolts off the alternator, but the third and last one was the bugger. I was using the pneumatic ratchet which isn't real quick, but quicker than turning nuts and bolts by hand. Well, since I wasn't all there because of my previous involvement with said bottle of whiskey, I not only did not notice the wrench was on the bolt, nor that it had already unscrewed it, to the point that it wedged the air tool in so I could get to the switch to reverse rotation and free the wrench, I was just beginning to lose my own composure. So what does the mechanic with the magic fingers do next? I broke the alternator housing trying to get my friggin wrench out. Just about then Slim shows up to show me that all the work we did on his squirrel damaged Buick paid off and it was now back on the road. Cool, I said now you can help me finish the other bottle of whiskey I've had unopened under the seat of my work truck for a month. All the while my son, bless his heart, finished putting the extra bracket he removed to get the wrench out back in place.

When all was said and done, I had the alternator in hand, and finally the sense to quit working on my shit, before I did some serious damage. Still don't have the inverter installed, but I do have a better understanding of what that silly little project will entail and cost me. Do I really want to pull the alternator out when it is working except for the inconvenience of needing to disconnect the battery at night?

So here I am, beside myself, once again.
Onward through the fog...
Truly,
Brian Rodgers
Pup(gasser),used engine in! Seems great!
Two 1986 Isuzu Troopers C223T engines (1 good -1 bad)
my web site http://outfitnm.com/ biodiesel, axial flux wind turbine, no worries, no ads