help! i have a 1970 dodge oasis, need to find electrical diadrams.

 We are at a standstill and trying to figure out how to find any information on the electrical system of our 1970 dodge oasis, havent had much luck searching online, anybody have any ideas?

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Comment by James on June 16, 2018 at 6:16am
thanks Jack, theres just some electrical parts and electrical devices im not sure what they are, im starting at the alt to find out why none of the lights work including brakes headlights, turnsignals,, none of it works, but the engine runs fine.
Comment by Jack Wasmuth on June 15, 2018 at 7:57pm

I have a ChiltonBook that covers 1967-1988 Dodge and Plymouth trucks. What are you looking for?

Comment by Daniel Long on June 15, 2018 at 7:35pm

Try this out. Haynes is usually the go-to manual for the basic chassis.

This is the link:

Okay, so your's a 1970 but I bet your's if very similar enough to work.

Comment by James on June 15, 2018 at 7:20pm
thanks for the response Daniel, yes im looking for the engine,signals, headlights, it has a 318, but not sure what type of 318 engine, wondering if I can just search out 318s, but how do i find out what type? it is a 1970, any ideas?
Comment by Daniel Long on June 15, 2018 at 5:51pm

With it being an RV/Van I guess my question is are you looking for the chassis wiring (engine, signals, headlights, etc.) or the coach wiring diagram? Gotta tell you that most RV's don't have coach diagrams. You have to start at the fuse panel and start testing each circuit for the 110V stuff and 12V stuff. It's not hard, just a PITA. As for the chassis, that's a matter to track down the particular year Dodge diagram for the van it's built from. That's a cool RV. I like these and the Travcos.



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