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Old 10-12-2020, 08:59 PM   #1
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88 740. I cant find a legible diagram for the ABS. There are 3 wires coming from the converter. Where does the white one end up? Been away from this project to long and memory has faded.
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Thank you for your reply but it doesn’t answer my question.There are 3 wires that go to the converter.Green brown white. Where does the white wire end up ? The shielded wire must have been omitted in production.
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If it's the same as "TP31058_1 1987 740 760 Wiring Diagrams" pg80, then:
- white goes through a connector to green/white wire off of the speedometer connector
- blue/red is power (ign sw 15R)
- green/white and brown go to the sensor "abs speedometer transmitter" and the abs control unit
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Mitchell wiring diagrams are readable.

White wire on my 88 765 goes to the speedometer.

There may also be blue-red wires, as well as green-white, and blue-white wires.
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Thank you both for the answers. Hopefully I can get this project completed this weekend.
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