The best way is to get a copy of the manufacturer's service manual. Don't waste your time looking for a Haynes or Chiltons for this because they don''t have electrical diagrams. You can also buy a subscription online for jut your car from the same companies the independent repair shops use. The common ones are Mitchell-On-Demand and AllData.
Also consider visiting the dealer. At the one I worked for, the service writers had the owners' blessings to photocopy a few pages for regular customers If they had the time. We did that for other dealerships in our area too.
Tuesday, September 13th, 2016 AT 12:55 AM