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  1. Robbbyg
    05-31-2016 04:23 PM - permalink
    Robbbyg
    Hi Timmy , Can you make a wiring loom for a RHD 1977 ROW 930 , the car originally had a 8 PIN CDI Box of which i have an MSD Streetfire module and Tach Adapter in place.The wiring i will need a comlete wiring loom that covers the whole trunk area including lights, foglights, washer pump, fusepanel etc,The Car did have aircon but i removed it and i dont know which wires associated to it, so the loom will not need any aircon wiring. So can you write back with quote or email us at Leoniebarendrecht@gmail.com
    And secondary would you have info on wiring the same car engine area including ignition ie, Coil wiring / ignition / senders fuel/in the rear ihave the wires there but the 14 pin connector is all but gone in pieces and as it will be hidden there i wont need a new loom just information to hook it up right.
    Thx Rob
  2. upwardr
    03-08-2016 06:27 PM - permalink
    upwardr
    Hi Timmy2, you send me info about the wire harness from body to light boxes on the 69, 912. My problem is the rubber grommet that goes in the light fixtures are all rock hard and not flexible at all. Can I just order the new grommets from you and bond them on so it fits into the light boxes properly? Would require 2 front and 2 rear.
    Thanks
    Larry
  3. gomezoneill
    12-09-2015 11:44 AM - permalink
    gomezoneill
    Hi Timmy2 I noticed you make a lot of wiring harness components and such. Do you make the o2 connector that's located in the engine compartment?

    mike oneill
  4. rockdr
    12-08-2015 11:41 AM - permalink
    rockdr
    Dennis

    i'm trying to clean up the wiring on my 72 911 with a 78 SC motor.

    Do you have a diagram of what is coming OUT of the 14 pin engine to the 14 pin console male plug that you could share with me?

    I am sure that i have the 72 panel, & 14 pin male plugs, with lots of stray wires to make up for the mis-match that the PO never fixed cleanly. (i.e. tach wire, oil pressure light, etc.) In addition i have kill switch wires, thrown into the mix, along with MSD stuff. I also have Carburetors, no rear window defrost, and headers, so much of the panel stuff that has been hanging there unused for years, i am going to carefully clean out.

    If you have something you can share please email me at rockdr07@aol.com.

    i realize you do harnesses, but i am keeping most of my wiring, just creating new fuse and relay blocks , and better defined connections.

    Thanks very much for your time and consideration,

    Larry Boyer
    rockdr07@aol.com
    414-975-3940
  5. earossi
    09-11-2015 06:05 PM - permalink
    earossi
    Dennis,

    Have been following your Pelican posts for the last several months on your rebuilding of Porsche harnesses. I am doing something similar but not quite Porsche and need an engine harness. I am installing a Jake Raby 2.0 liter motor in my 81 VW Vanagon and would like to have the existing engine harness rebuilt. Hopefully, you will agree to take on the task, since a number of the connectors on the harness are the same for some of my Porsche motors. I have an intact harness that I can send to you for replication. Please advise if you can take this project on and instructions on where to send the old harness to.

    Regards,

    Ernie Rossi
    earossi@yahoo.it
  6. dgtlhybrd
    08-11-2015 03:16 PM - permalink
    dgtlhybrd
    Hi Dennis!
    I saw your thread here on wiring harnesses.
    I just picked up a 79 911sc

    However, the previous owner has pretty much destroyed a good chunk of the wiring ( mainly in the rear - as the fusebox in the engine bay is no longer there ) Someone has installed a MSD ignition 6AL in its place.

    We arent getting any signal back to the instruments due to the hack wiring.
    Would you be able to rebuild the wiring for this car without reference, and redo it to oem spec?
    This car is in California, but thats something to consider.
    I would love to know if you could even rebuild a rear fuse panel for the rear.

    Let me know if this is even possible, and how much it could cost?

    Thanks again for offering up help here!
    - Dustin
  7. BAD930
    03-09-2015 03:10 PM - permalink
    BAD930
    Hi, just reading through an old thread for an 84 wiring diagram and wondering whether you'd be kind enough to forward me one also please. cheers
    Sam
    elamirs@gmail.com
  8. metrod
    03-03-2015 12:55 AM - permalink
    metrod
    Hi,

    My name is Nigel (metrod) and have a 77 911 with a 3.0 which was running fine but due to a body refurb has been off the road for a while everything has gone back in but I have some electrical issues: Low power to rear fuse panel, fuel pump on before cranking....

    My problem is is that I am in Tasmania and I am using the forums to troubleshoot but it's sending me round in circles!!

    I thought the best thing to do was to find somebody with the knowledge who could guide me through the right steps without being sidetracked.

    If you can help I can send through all the info as to where I am at, if not could you point me to the right person?

    Thank you in advance and no problem if you can't just thought I would ask

    My direct email is metrodigital@bigpond.com

    Regards

    Nigel
  9. millarg
    02-19-2015 02:24 PM - permalink
    millarg
    Hi Dennis,

    Thanks for your offer of help, my number is 340 690 0771

    Best regards, Glen
  10. Tom P Motoring
    01-03-2015 10:25 PM - permalink
    Tom P Motoring
    Dennis,

    Thanks for your help today regarding my headlight relays. I think I found the issue with your help/advise. Seems a prior owner put the grey wire into top of #6. I accidentally used it as my high beam lead instead of the white wire next to it on top of #7. I believe that grey wire should be parked back under #6 (stock position) or #2 or #11 (modified position to isolate fogs from low beams). By using the grey wire, it brought down my fogs. Ironically, it appeared as if my high beam relay was working - in fact high beams were just running off the white #7 as normal. My low beam relay was wired correctly and it's working great! Fun times!!

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  • About timmy2
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    Worked in a bodyshop to pay for college, do everything myself. Willing to share information I've learned.
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    Salem, OR
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    Electrician
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    Dennis
    Euro 1978 SC Targa, SSI's, Dansk 2/1, Bitz kit EFI.
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