As I interpreted that diagram, after several hours of head-scratching
and cogitation, the rectangles are bullet connectors. The circled-Xs
indicate the difference between fore and aft ends of vehicle. I
suspect they more-specifically indicate where bits of the loom pass
through sheetmetal, but I can't confirm this, as my Spit is still sans
wires. In any case, wires to the left of the Xd-Os are ahead of the
Hmmm. After answering the next question, I wonder if those might be
splices too. I just don't have any real harness to check those
On the RHD schematic, the shaded circles look like splices to my
untrained eyes. Ditto on p.248
Anyone able confirm or refute?
> From: "Tom Ambrose" <email@example.com>
> Date: Sun, 3 Oct 1999 13:47:29 -0400
> Well, here goes,
> I have some very basic questions to ask about the Haynes wiring diagrams on
> pages 246, 248, and 250:
> Am I correct in thinking that the rectangles between wires are bullet
> What do the circles with an X in them mean?
> On page 248, what does the left-shaded half circle signify?
> And finally for curiosity's sake, on page 250 for RHD Spits, there are
> bottom-shaded and cross-shaded circles. What do these symbols represent?