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Chevrolet Camaro and Pontiac Firebird 1967-1981 Wiring Diagrams Repair Guide

Access our free Wiring Diagrams Repair Guide for Chevrolet Camaro and Pontiac Firebird 1967-1981 through AutoZone Rewards. These diagrams include:

  • Fig. 1: Common wiring diagram symbols
  • Fig. 2: Engine control wiring schematic 1967-69 models
  • Fig. 3: Engine control wiring schematic 1970-71 models
  • Fig. 4: Engine control wiring schematic 1972 models
  • Fig. 5: Engine control wiring schematic 1973 models
  • Fig. 6: Engine control wiring schematic 1974 models
GM Firebird 1967-1981 Wiring Diagrams Repair Guide

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  • Add your vehicle in My Vehicles.
  • Enter your vehicle details.
  • Click the “View More” button, and then click “Vehicle Repair Guides.”
  • Select “Chassis Electrical” in the Table of Contents.
  • Select the chapter “Wiring Diagrams Repair Guide”.

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