Try this: http://depositfiles.com/files/geadkkx36
It is a pdf file, and too large to PM/e-mail, so I uploaded it to DF. Should have the info you're after, page 8 I think.
If I'm out of line posting a link to DF, and the mods delete it, PM me with your e-mail address and I'll have a go that way....
There are other diagrams out there of the individual systems - distribution, dash, engine etc but not sure what you really need.
As Click suggests the 1969 AIM as a digital package is the best resource you can invest in. The digital PDF version is of higher quality then the 12 zillion generation xerox copies sold at swap meets. That being said I do have a paper copy also to drag out to the garage when I find the pages I printed off from the PDF are not enough.
I have the Dave Graham Auto Literature versions but their web site no longer list them - I suspect the new GM corp lost copyright in the reorganization and they are no longer licensee but are now in the public domain. I quick scan of ebay finds them still available. Or find a download if they are now public domain.
Brian, that's the file that I uploaded to DF for the OP - thanks for posting the direct link that Rick included in his thread - couldn't for the life of me remember where I got that pdf from, now I know! (and thanks Rick!) :beers:
Tim - DF was requiring a password that's why I tossed the direct link out there. Rick has a fast webserver for his business so it loads fast. My webserver is stuck with a very slow DSL connection otherwise I'd throw my library out there.
Weird - tested it after uploading, and it worked fine with no pw requirement.... then again, maybe it was because DF recognised my IP address as being the original uploader. Anyway, your direct link is much better! :yes:
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