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How do you read these diagrams? What do the dashed/dotted lines mean?
 

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Tbi to carb wiring "help needed"

I have 86 c10 truck that i am building. But the cab is from a tbi 87. The problem im having is what wires to use and what wires to get rid of. All guages are from the tbi so i need a wiring Schematic to help me convert the 2. From the fire wall as well. Thanks gents
 

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I'm just curious if anybody has a list for AWG sizes on a electrical schematic. I included a pic to help with what I'm asking. To start with, in the picture how do I determine what size the brown and light blue wires are circled in red. It says .5 LT BLU - 14 and .5 BRN - 9. In the green it has .8 TAN - 12 and .8 BLK - 150. I get the last number is the location where the wire goes on the connector but my main question is how do I determine the AWG wire size for the first number? I have looked on the line but can't seem to come up with a definitive answer.

If anybody can help a guy out that would be great.
 

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I'm just curious if anybody has a list for AWG sizes on a electrical schematic. I included a pic to help with what I'm asking. To start with, in the picture how do I determine what size the brown and light blue wires are circled in red. It says .5 LT BLU - 14 and .5 BRN - 9. In the green it has .8 TAN - 12 and .8 BLK - 150. I get the last number is the location where the wire goes on the connector but my main question is how do I determine the AWG wire size for the first number? I have looked on the line but can't seem to come up with a definitive answer.

If anybody can help a guy out that would be great.
 

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