1990 vw corrado wiring diagram

The Volkswagen Corrado is a hatchback coupé developed by German automaker Volkswagen and built by Karmann in Osnabrück, Germany, between 1 September 1988 and 31 July 1995.

Conceived as a successor to the successful Scirocco, it is a three-door hatchback with a 2+2 seating layout. The Corrado used Volkswagen’s B3 platform in the rear of the car, while using the A2 platform technology up front, which it shared with the then-current Golf Mk2 and Jetta. It shared many mechanical parts with other Volkswagen A platform cars as well. In 1990 the Corrado went on sale in the United States.

The Corrado offered exceptional handling for its time, and was listed as one of the “25 Cars You Must Drive Before You Die” by the British magazine, Car. All models featured an innovative rear spoiler which automatically raised when the vehicle reached a set speed (45) mph depending on the region and model). On the BBC television show Top Gear, host Richard Hammond stated that the Corrado “… was too expensive, and nobody bought it”, thus it reached a production total of just 97,521 vehicles. (quoted from wikipedia)

In this following article, the electrical schematics for 1990 VW Corrado is provided. This circuit 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 diagrams system discussed are as follows :

Charging Circuit
Cooling Fan Circuit
Defogger Circuit
Front Wiper/Washer Circuit
Heated Seats Circuit
Horn Circuit
Power Door Lock Circuit
Power Mirror Circuit
Power Window Circuit
Radio Circuits
Rear Wiper/Washer Circuit
Starting Circuit

For more information and details about the wiring diagram of the vehicle, you can download the pdf files from the following source (autolib.diakom.ru) :

1990 VOLKSWAGEN CORRADO ELECTRICAL SYSTEM CIRCUIT SCHEMATIC DOWNLOAD

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