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We're very lucky to have good documentation on the MK3 Supra. I don't know who is behind the Cygnus X1 website, but I'm very grateful for it - saved my ass countless times. I also recently discovered Turbo Ninjas which has several wiring diagrams, 1987 TSRM, 1990 TSRM, and a few other useful links.

The one thing I was looking for is a searchable PDF that I could also highlight, so I used the 1990 TSRM from Turbo Ninjas to make it searchable. In case it's useful to anyone else, I've uploaded it here:
If the link ever dies, I'd be happy to reupload.

EDIT: replaced with a more stable link
 

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I actually bought 2 manuals off Ebay and they have changed my life when it comes to this stuff:

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Even your repair manuals are mint! That's awesome man!

I'm actually holding out for an '88 repair manual and wiring diagram, but if none come up I'll get the '87.
 

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Even your repair manuals are mint! That's awesome man!

I'm actually holding out for an '88 repair manual and wiring diagram, but if none come up I'll get the '87.


A bit pricey but possible.
 

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Ouchh that is steep...mostly because of shipping and the exchange rate. I'll keep an eye on it though. Thanks for the links!
 

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Yeah I paid $42 for the full TSRM, and probably $30ish for the Electrical guide. I bought the electrical guide first. Both are excellent through. Online is great, but i find the books easier to read and follow. Plus you can write specific info in them right on the page you're working with. Whatever works though :)
 
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