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Old 10-09-2005, 05:26 AM
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Smile Wiring Diagram - Louisville LNT9000

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I'm from Sydney Australia, and I am looking for a wiring diagram for a Right Hand drive 1978 LNT9000. It has Jake brakes and a Cummins 903 - not sure if that matters.

We have tried a lot of Ford Truck dealers and trucking companies, but we ain't havin much luck..

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A guy I work with has a f750 dump truck, and we cannot find manuals for it either. He kept looking on ebay and got a Chiltons, and it helps a little bit, but not much. I think that is the only way you are going to find one. Some obscure used book place on the internet, ebay, or possibly a Ford dealer that has one laying around.

You may also find you can only get one for the body, and may have to find a seperate one for the engine and the rearends and the tranny, since the larger trucks came with many different custom set-ups.
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