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Old 04-23-2020, 10:33 AM
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I realize this is not a forum intended for heavy duty trucks but I'm down to my last straw on this one. I am attempting to fix the A/C in a local farmers 1988 Kenworth T800. The wiring schematic is conveniently located behind the glove box. Unfortunately, after lots of wear and tear, the portion I need to reference has rubbed off. I contacted ProDemand and they were very helpful but their archives only go back to 1990. And yes they are different than the 1988. I have been all over google and the regular service info providers and can't locate the image I need. If somebody out there could point me in the right direction I would be very grateful.

P.S. Local dealer no help at all.
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I hope someone chimes in here to help you, but don't hold your breath. I think you're going to have to find a printed manual for it somewhere.
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Old 04-24-2020, 06:15 AM
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Matt, I feel your pain. Need engine model or vin on this.
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Have you tried IATN?
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matt, i feel your pain. Need engine model or vin on this.
vin# 1xkdd29x9js504008
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Old 04-28-2020, 05:21 AM
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I have not. Do I need a membership?
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I have not. Do I need a membership?
yes. its 20 bucks a month but imo well worth it. There are techs and Forman's from all over the country on it...maybe all over the world. its not guaranteed but I have had good luck with it.
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yes. its 20 bucks a month but imo well worth it. There are techs and Forman's from all over the country on it...maybe all over the world. its not guaranteed but I have had good luck with it.
Good to know. Thanks DtechJon.
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There is a manual but I'd not like to pay $354 for it on a probably one off job!

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1987-1988-K...-/372659212437
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