Porsche 911UK Forum

Welcome to the @Porsche911UK website. Register a free account today to become a member! Sign up is quick and easy, then you can view, participate in topics and posts across the site that covers all things Porsche.

Already registered and looking to recovery your account, select 'login in' and then the 'forget your password' option.

Fuse Box Photograph or Diagram.

stuttgartmetal

Well-known member
Joined
23 Feb 2009
Messages
2,519
So here we go.
Project TAG.
You'll get the idea as I go along.

First things first.

No heater.
Fans not switching on, but flaps work.
The cars freezing.
I need a photograph of the fusebox with all the relays in situ.
Plus of course a working diagram of the fusebox in the front, and the fusebox in the back.
There's a possibility no fans could be
A fuse in the boot.
A fuse in the boot.
>never really worked out which ends the boot, I maybe shouldve bought a boxster<
Let me rephrase.
The front fuse box with relays in place, and what they do.
The rear fusebox on inner flitch n/s engine bay.

Project TAG takes off.

Brrrrrrr.
 
It could be the control panel, yes.
Im hoping for a seized motor, or a fuse first.
The flaps are flapping, I listened the other night.

Only a picture of the front f'b's needed.
Ive downloaded the pdf manual, but can't find fuses or relays.

Stutts.


Brrrrrrr
 
I think ToreB has info on his site to explain this system.

In the meantime I've got a 1980s 'car dealer' sheepskin coat in lovely chestnut brown in stock if your interested :dont know: Complete with leather 'football' button hanging by a single thread :thumb:
 
Does this help? I see some contradictions but it may be of some use.

First two from my 'Technical Data' book (pre-publication copy!), may be for LHD cars.

Third, fourth, fifth, from the lid of the fusebox.

Last is my car.

Steve

IMG_2205.jpg


IMG_2204.jpg


IMG_2211.jpg


IMG_2213.jpg


IMG_2214.jpg


IMG_2208.jpg
 
Thats some crazy sh t right there.
This is what makes this site so good, so take note.
Stutts.
 
Stuck a few more close up pics of the chart up - had to go back out because I thought my DME relay was in the wrong position :roll:
 
I had a question. But, I've found the answer. Carry on. :)
 

New Threads

Forum statistics

Threads
124,066
Messages
1,436,842
Members
48,464
Latest member
CS4997Gen1
Back
Top