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1973 Javelin AMX A/C Diagram

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    Posted: Nov/24/2020 at 1:08pm
I'm converting my 1973 Javelin from non-A/C to A/C. Does Anyone have a A/C Wiring Diagram that shows details from the main wiring harness to the blower relay and to the compressor. I have found what is in the TSM, but it doesn't show how it run from the engine bay to the main harness under the dash. I'm having to create the A/C Harness since my car was non A/C when I bought it. Any help would be appreciated. I think I looked at every HVAC subject here on the forum, but there's only information for a '71 and older. '73 routing I believe is different.  
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http://www.oldcarmanualproject.com/manuals/AMC/1973/Service/index.html

For whatever reason, the wiring diagrams for the weather eye seem to be split.  Some in the electrical section, but mostly in the Weathereye section itself.  it just takes some studying.  Auto A/C systems were pretty much the same in all cars in that era as far as components and operation. You can always go to another manf. manual or the like and find the same info.  
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You may want to invest in a 73 TSM. They come in handy, no matter what you do with your car.
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All, Thanks for the info. I do have a 73 TSM and it helps, but not quite understanding the wire routing from the blower motor relay back to the fuse and under the dash. I guess I will keep looking for more information and hope I can figure it out. 
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