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ROW '78 911 Targa

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  1. Tom P Motoring
    01-03-2015 11:25 PM - permalink
    Tom P Motoring

    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!!
  2. Tcrate
    12-09-2014 07:31 PM - permalink
    I have a 1976 911 with 2.7L motor. Euro spec. I am considering a new engine wiring harness. Can you give me a price on one of these? Thanks.

    Thom Christen
  3. Wew
    09-17-2014 02:23 PM - permalink
    Hey Dennis, I misplaced your number and am at the point when I can start hooking stuff up with the wiring harness. Everything looks really great but would like to talk to you when I have a chance just to be sure I don't miss anything or screw anything up. Let me know when you have time one of these afternoons.
  4. jbfarrar1
    09-03-2014 11:37 AM - permalink
    I need a complete harness for a 1969 Porsche 912. Contact me if you can make one for me
  5. marcos1
    07-29-2014 05:43 PM - permalink
    hey - i need a new harness for a 1969 911 E - I have the old one - it has been cut...
  6. Ted Rodgers
    06-17-2014 09:37 AM - permalink
    Ted Rodgers
    Thanks for the Int wiper schematic/current flow and year. That should make it a lot easier to get this installed.
  7. Wew
    01-30-2014 10:54 AM - permalink
    Hey Dennis,
    I ordered one of those ebay yokes and haven't used it yet. About $100.00 Getting ready for the engine drop. Should I just suck it up and buy the p201 yoke instead. It looks like you can buy the same yoke for about $50.00 less than what pelican is selling it for. Also, do I need the flywheel lock and that set of bolts to help mount it to the yoke? If it make life a lot easier I will just pay the extra and get it done. What about the valve adjust tool? is there a particular one that allows you to do the valve adjustments easier with better accuracy? if so, which do you recommend. Thanks and sorry for leaning on you for so much info. I want to drop that motor so I can put that beautiful wiring harness on it.
  8. Wew
    01-26-2014 01:01 PM - permalink
    Hey Dennis,

    Hope this email find you well. I plan on doing my engine drop soon and am heading over to harbor freight to pick up some toys. If you had it to do over again, would you still buy the engine hoist or would you go with a hydraullic cart? I purchased a 1000 lbs engine stand from HB already and ordered a yoke off of ebay to hold the motor. But wanted to get your expert opinion. thanks,
  9. 911canuck
    08-18-2013 06:03 PM - permalink
    Tim/Dennis, I'm now down to the rear harnesses and the tail light don't look good; on the car side I have one wire cut 'in' the connector and on the light side it is not much better.... any proposal for replacement?


    1974 Targa
  10. npresley
    06-27-2013 08:01 PM - permalink
    I noticed you mentioned having a bitz Efi kit. What's your opinion? I'm seriously thinking about converting.

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  • About timmy2
    Worked in a bodyshop to pay for college, do everything myself. Willing to share information I've learned.
    Salem, OR
    Restoring Classic Cars
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    Euro 1978 SC Targa, SSI's, Dansk 2/1, Bitz kit EFI.
    Need a New Wiring Harness? PM or e-mail me. Search for "harnesses" in the classifieds.


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