P38A Electrical diagrams?

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ar1g3

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I am desperately looking for electrical diagrams for my 1999 thor P38.

I've searched the webzz and found a Land Rover publication called 'Electrical Troubleshooting Manual' which does contain electrical diagrams but seems to treat each system differently and gives no info on component location or how systems are intertwined. Also, without table of contents/index it's quite difficult to browse and search.

I have a pdf version of RAVE which I have printed but which does not contain any diagrams. Anybody of anything better exists in terms of diagrams and where I could find it?
 
It's mainly there in the etm...component locations are at the back. Find a pdf vn which is searchable, and then you can skip from the connector numbers to location to pinout fairly easily. Unf ortunately nothing will explain to you how the loom is constructed, although etm has a dia of the general routing.
 
It's mainly there in the etm...component locations are at the back. Find a pdf vn which is searchable, and then you can skip from the connector numbers to location to pinout fairly easily. Unf ortunately nothing will explain to you how the loom is constructed, although etm has a dia of the general routing.
Thanks!

Hmm might have to search for a better pdf of the etm then, mine seems to be missing the part with component locations at the back. I'll have a look!
 
Should all be in RAVE, I can supply it on CD if you are stuck.
Even though I prefer pdfs which I can print I would be interested in that for all the info that is not in the pdfs on the web! So teah that would be helpful!

In the meantime I found a complete pdf of the ETM but I still don't like the way it's structured. I am used to VW diagrams which are always very clear from one single diagram so will take some time to get used to these. Nice that they included pictures of the location of the components, that's a nice touch!
 
Even though I prefer pdfs which I can print I would be interested in that for all the info that is not in the pdfs on the web! So teah that would be helpful!

In the meantime I found a complete pdf of the ETM but I still don't like the way it's structured. I am used to VW diagrams which are always very clear from one single diagram so will take some time to get used to these. Nice that they included pictures of the location of the components, that's a nice touch!
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