Need wiring diagram/s for 1975 30' Tournament Sportfisher

I'm in the process of restoring my 1975 Chris Craft 30' Tournament Sport Fisher (Ray Hunt design), and desperately need the full wiring schematics (or whatever I can get).  Does anyone know where I can obtain these?

Also, does anyone know of an electrical expert who knows about Chris Crafts in the southern California area?  My boat is in the Dana Point Marina.  Thanks!

Craig Borner

(949) 291-7250

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Look in the archives right here

You may find it in the   Total command manual pdf

Hi, Chris,

Thanks for responding to my question about finding the electrical schematics for my 1975 Tournament Sport Fisher.  Unfortunately, I could find either the "Total Command manual.pdf" or the "archives" you suggested. Can you please give me a little more guidance about how to locate them?

Thanks!

Craig

I doubt the Total lack ;0 of command pdf will help but it is in the files section under wiring diagrams.

https://tinyurl.com/totcommand

In the pd there are a few pages that are marked tournament fisherman down toward the bottom

Craig, I have a hard copy, I can’t remember if I scanned them in at some point. I’ll check the computer, if not I’ll grab my hard copy tomorrow on the boat and see if I can scan them. I have hull #004 without the lower station, but seem to have a hybrid of the wiring diagrams, maybe they were still figuring it out.

Bob

I ripped a whole garbage pail of white wire out of mine yesterday 

75TSF30_DC_locker.pdf

scan didnt come out perfect, but the original isnt that good either

Hello Craig,  I have a hard copy if still needed that can be mailed to you.  Let me know if interested and we can get it to you.

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