Volkswagen Scirocco Wiring Diagram

Volkswagen began work on the car during the early 1970s as the replacement for the aging Karmann Ghia coupe, and designated it the Typ 53 internally. The platform of the Golf/Rabbit and Jetta was used to underpin the new Scirocco, although almost every part of the car was re-engineered in favour of a sportier drive, and the model’s all-new styling, penned by Giorgetto Giugiaro, was sleeker and sportier than that of either the Golf or Jetta. Launched six months before the Golf, in order to resolve any teething troubles before production of the high volume hatchback started,the Scirocco went on sale in Europe in 1974 and in North America in 1975. Mark I models featured a range of four-cylinder engines with displacements from 1.1 to 1.6 L (1.7 L in North America (1975 1.5L(1471), 1976-77 1.6L, 1978 1.5L(1457), 1979-1981 1.6 USA models), all featuring a single-overhead camshaft and two valves per cylinder. US Scirocco Turbo 0 Serie 1.6. (Quoted from

In this following article, the electrical system wiring diagram for 1988 VW Scirocco is provided. This wiring and schematic diagram will help the technician or vehicle owner to perform troubleshooting to deal with electrical problem or connection problem between the vehicle components and electrical parts. The files are in pdf. The wiring diagram system discussed are as follows :

Charging Circuit
Cooling Fan Circuit
Defogger Circuit
Horn Circuit
Power Antenna Circuit
Power Door Lock Circuit
Power Mirror Circuit
Power Window Circuit
Radio Circuits
Radio Circuits
Starting Circuit
Wiper/Washer Circuit
Engine Compartment & Headlights
Computer Engine Control
Fuse Block (Engine Compartment)
Underdash & Wiper/Washer System
Fuse Block (Underdash) & Instrument Panel
Passenger Compartment & Taillights

For more information and details about the wiring diagram of the vehicle, you can download the pdf files from the following source (password :


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