I am familiar with normal electrical schematic symbols but the symbols used on the Air Stream wiring harness drawings do not resemble any schematic symbols I have ever seen. There are squares with circles inside and numbers in the circles. Sometimes the circles are diamonds or hexagons, again with numbers inside. There are circles with a square attached to one side and a line exiting the square which I assume is a wire. Inside the circle are some numbers, usually something like "1/4".
I was hoping someone had legend page that explained what the draftsman was trying to tell me. None of these drawings are numbered, only identified as "harness, body interior", etc.
I suppose that after I get a chance to tear into the wiring after I get it home and in my shop I will be better able to figure out what the symbols mean.