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I'm asking all you GT owners out there for some help in drawing your diagram. The copy I'm working off of, although pretty good, lacks what I think would be valuable info for everyone. In particular, wire gauges and terminal designations.
For example, the 4 wires on the voltage regulator. I show 2 blue, 1 black and 1 red. The thick blue wire I'm guessing is a 10 or 12 gauge and labeled B+ or A. The thick black of the same gauge? I'll guess is labeled F. Red = IGN? So any and all info y'all could provide I'm sure will be appreciated by those who will use this diagram. Also looking for some pics of the dash lights and gauges for proper placement in the diagram. TIA.
 

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Jim I will try to help you out as much as I can. Reminds me of a saying my friend used to say, and it's basically what Jim should be saying. "Help me to help you."

I can check out the regulator wiring this weekend. And if you need closer shots of the dash, let me know.

Thanks for all your hard work!
 

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OK. So, I'm a bonehead. It occured to me this AM that I live less than 10 miles from the AROC National Library. So I give Ed a call and 'borrowed' the clubs Giulia Sprint GT owners manual complete with wiring diagram! It has wire sizes, dash gauge and dash light placement. However, (why is there always a however) it doesn't list any terminal numbers so I'll still need some help with that. So, Sprint GT owners, it will take a little time but your diagrams on the way.

Nice dash, Kai!
 

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Jim!

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

Your diagrams are awesome!
 

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You're welcome! Did ya notice the mileage and trip meter? Am I sick or what.
 
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