Man, I checked the forums at work and nothing, now two!
Jeff, what circuits in particular are you looking for? Under-dash? There are about 100 different wiring diagrams for each model, and it would take forever to piece together a whole car. I am doing this on an as-required basis. For now at least
If you have a specific area of concern, I'll seek it out. Oh and BTW, if it isn't in the software I have (too old), I have a bunch (OK the wife says too many!) old original Chrysler Corp shop service manuals and will scan anything I can get my hands on to assist the Mopar community.
alynch75, the Chrysler premium sound is a complex animal, to be sure. After reviewing a few of the differences, I can suggest it would be simpler to install new wiring to the speakers. I would be concermed however that they would not use all your speakers and it will sound terrible.
Example: 2004 Dodge Durango with Infinity stereo. Customer wants a different head unit. Goes to stereo installer. Several hundred $$$ later it sounds terrible. I check it out and the installer only used 4 speakers out of his original 8. The other aren't even hooked up. He goes back and complains. They tell him after the fact that it will cost him $300 more to hook up the other speakers. He is fuming at this point and says he wants his original head unit installed. They say OK but it will cost $250 since they cut all the wiring harness and tossed everything out.
He in concidering legal action
I guess my point is that there is no free lunch when it comes to installing stereo equipment that mates with stock hardware. I don't know if I can save you any money, but I can provide you with the wiring diagrams for the car in question.
Just to clarify, it's the 2001 Sebring LXi?