The Dodge Monaco was a full-size automobile built and sold by the Dodge division of the Chrysler Corporation between 1965 to 1978, and 1990 to 1992. The second generation of Dodge Monaco was produced during 1974-1976 with all new unibody platform and all new sheet metal. 1976 Dodge Monaco was designed with 2-doors hardtop body style and equipped with 5.9L-7.3L V8 engine and able to provide excellent driving experience that was very amazing. Here is the wiring diagram of 1976 Dodge Monaco that consists of starter, fuse box, alternator, marker light, directional indicator, cornering light, park light, high beam, low beam, battery, ignition control unit, ballast resistor, coil, distributor, field and load relay, horns, directional light, headlight door motor, blower motor, oil pressure, temperature sending, low brake switch, parking brake switch, washer motor, low fluid sensor, wiper motor, etc.
Wiring Diagram of 1976 Unibody Platform Dodge Monaco
June 8, 2011 by Leave a Comment