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1952 International L110 Pickup

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Simmy90

11-27-2014 16:14:48




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looking for wiring diagram for 1952 L110 pickup I recently bought three old International pickups up in North Dakota 1952 L110, 1954 and a 1956 and I want to re build them starting with the 1952. I am looking for a copy of the wiring diagram.This truck has spent the last 30 years setting in a barn and there is wiring damage caused by rats . Thanks




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Buzzman72

12-20-2014 09:17:38




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 Re: 1952 International L110 Pickup in reply to Simmy90, 11-27-2014 16:14:48  
Try the link below. When the PDF pulls up, the 13th page of the PDF is the wiring diagram. Pages 9, 10, and 11 tell you what the circuit numbers mean.

This is from the original factory service manual, designated CTS-11 by International.

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Buzzman72

12-20-2014 12:20:34




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 Re: 1952 International L110 Pickup in reply to Buzzman72, 12-20-2014 09:17:38  
Apparently that link doesn't want to pull up. Try this one for the CTS-11 manual, and then go to the electrical section.



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Duner Wi

11-29-2014 09:34:30




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 Re: 1952 International L110 Pickup in reply to Simmy90, 11-27-2014 16:14:48  
oldihc.org might be a resource also.



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ShadetreeRet

11-29-2014 00:09:21




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 Re: 1952 International L110 Pickup in reply to Simmy90, 11-27-2014 16:14:48  
I just checked Amazon.com, and there is a firm selling a complete factory service manual, which includes wiring diagrams, for 1951 thru 1954 L-series International trucks. It's a little pricey, about $70.00 with shipping, but since you have three trucks, it may not be a bad deal. Those older vehicles didn't have the complicated wiring that newer ones do. You could replace the wiring one piece at a time, if you can tell where it goes, OR, there is a company called Painless Performance,(www.painlessperformance.com.) that makes up wiring harness for many original and custom built vehicles. Likely would be a little pricey but one of their universal kits would probably do the job. Just a few thoughts, hope it may be a little help, and good luck on your project. Keep us posted.

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