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Old 07-10-2007, 07:13 PM   #1
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69 Tradewind wiring diagram

So my wife and I just purchased our first Airstream. We're no strangers to RV's, remodeling, etc, having restored a 1930's and an older Motorhome. The trailer had the front half inside virtually stripped of the couches and the cabinet around the refrigerator before the previous owner burned out on the project (thankfully).

Some wires were cut, and most are easy to tell where they go (red to red etc) Does anyone have a wiring diagram that would be detailed enough to be any help? Also looking for a clock to replace the missing one frm the control panel if anyone knows a good source. Thanks!
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Old 07-10-2007, 08:00 PM   #2
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Welcome to the Forums. Sorry, no info on schematic but I'm sure you'll find lots of help here. Our first A/S when I was a kid was a '69 Trade Wind - it was the best, wish I had it toaday. See picture in my avatar. Good luck and create great memories with your travels.
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Old 07-11-2007, 05:46 AM   #3
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So my wife and I just purchased our first Airstream. We're no strangers to RV's, remodeling, etc, having restored a 1930's and an older Motorhome. The trailer had the front half inside virtually stripped of the couches and the cabinet around the refrigerator before the previous owner burned out on the project (thankfully).

Some wires were cut, and most are easy to tell where they go (red to red etc) Does anyone have a wiring diagram that would be detailed enough to be any help? Also looking for a clock to replace the missing one frm the control panel if anyone knows a good source. Thanks!
This guy was parting out a 69 you might email or call him.
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I'm not sure what he has left.

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There may be something here of use
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probally not a big help

This is for a 68 Trade Wind. It is sparse on detail and probally not all that helpful, but here it is just in case.
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I looked at the link with the manuals, and that was very cool. They didn't have teh 69, but lots of great info to read. The diagram photo was also helpful, gives me an idea where to start. I may just have to get out a tone generator and start tracing wires if need be.
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So my wife and I just purchased our first Airstream. We're no strangers to RV's, remodeling, etc, having restored a 1930's and an older Motorhome. The trailer had the front half inside virtually stripped of the couches and the cabinet around the refrigerator before the previous owner burned out on the project (thankfully).

Some wires were cut, and most are easy to tell where they go (red to red etc) Does anyone have a wiring diagram that would be detailed enough to be any help? Also looking for a clock to replace the missing one frm the control panel if anyone knows a good source. Thanks!
A 1972 service manual, for most part, is the same as the 1969 models.

Almost all the systems are the same.

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