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At this point, I'd take it to a competent auto electrical shop and have them diagnose the problem(s) for about $50. You're right: it probably is an electrical wiring problem. Do you have the Osborne Electrical Assembly Manuals? Those are most excellent for wiring diagrams.
 
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