Originally Posted by infernisdiem
Alas another dead end, I'm fearful that the file will be a nasty virus of sorts. I typed in 75 dodge titan into the search bar and got 75 dodge titan click here to download. so curiosity got the better of me, so I typed in 75 titang into the search bar and got "download titang." Back to the drawing board
I was afraid of that link, so I passed it on with the word free in apostrophes. To expect a website or YouTube video to stay viable for a 43-year-old RV manual, an RV that was in limited production, seemed like a stretch.
In addition, even if you found a build sheet or wiring diagram, in 43 years of ownership I'd think things might have been changed from the original. You will have better luck exploring your own RV and research what you find.
If you go to present RV manufacturer's websites, you'll often find owners manuals for their products. Reading a couple of them will give you an indication of what information is available in manuals. I find the manuals for the various systems far more useful, especially when they need service or repair.