Vehicle Wiring Diagrams
One of the most abused parts of Ex Military Land Rovers is often the wiring. As items not needed in civilian life such as blackout lights are removed, and AM radios are added, the wiring can become a nightmare, not helped by the original Lucas electrics!
Until recently only some Series 3 Wiring Diagrams existed, however there were a number of versions, so in order to make things clearer, we have decided to add a page for Wiring Diagrams to REMLR. This way we can also incorporate the 2010 addition to our archive of Series 2 Wiring Diagrams. These documents are Copyright to Pressed Metal Corp, Leyland Australia and The Australian Army where appropriate.
It was only in 2010 that REMLR acquired any wiring diagrams for the Series 2 range of vehicles. Unfortunately we do not have copies of Command Recon or workshop vehicle wiring diagrams at this stage, but these following documents cover the 88' and 109' GS vehicles.
0113091. Electrical Installation 88 & 109 WB 12V. 1962
0113108. Electrical Wiring Diagram Army 88 & 109 WB
Landrover 12V System. 1961
0113109. Electrical Wiring Diagram Army 109 WB Landrover 24V
0113124. Electrical Wiring Diagram Army 109" WB Landrover
Truck Panel 12V System
11013004. Electrical Wiring Diagram Army L/R 109 W/B F.F.T.
11013005. Wiring Diagram ~ Landrover ~ Army ~ 12V ~ FFT. 1968
11123008. Army Ambulance Spec 73. Electrical Installation
Altenator. 1970 Season
11123004. Wiring Diagram Aust Army 12V. 1970 original, 2010
Most series 3 wiring diagrams are in archive and available, however there appear to be at least three distinct wiring configurations. Below are the documents.
Series 3 Wiring Diagram - Version 1. 1977.
Series 3 Wiring Diagram - Version 2. 1979
Series 3 Wiring Standardisation - EMEI G307-13.
Series 3 Headlight Rewire - EMEI G307-21. 1989.
Before you get any further with these wiring diagrams a word of warning. The Perentie built vehicles in 4wd and 6wd guises have had four different wiring harnesses during their life. One of many differences is barrel vs blade fuses for example. So every vehicle may not conform to a particular standard.
The Bushranger built vehicles only had one harness which is different again to the perentie build vehicles. This harness was modified for 4x4 and 6x6 vehicles from the original harness.