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Danskeren 01-19-2008 12:33 PM

Where are the fuses for rear blinkers -73models ?
 
Hi - I have been studying the diagrams now for one hour - and as I can see there is no fuses for the rear blinkers - only for the front blinkers( 9,10) and for the emergency flasher (8). Looks as rear blinker are connected before the fuse for the front blinkers.:confused:

Am I right - or do I miss something here ? Or is the diagram wrong ?


Peter

David E. Clark 01-19-2008 12:42 PM

Here's the chart from the technical specifications booklet. Looks like #8 in fusebox 1.

http://forums.pelicanparts.com/uploa...1200778908.jpg
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche A.G. Posted here for educational purposes only.

Danskeren 01-19-2008 01:32 PM

yes - I agree. However if you look at the diagram this fuse is connected to the emergency flasher ???

David E. Clark 01-19-2008 01:49 PM

Here are the wiring diagrams. In wiring diagram # 1 the rear turn signals are a black and white wire and go to fuses # 9 and 10 in box # 1? I don't know why all the resources list the rear turn signals as fuse 8 in box 1.

http://forums.pelicanparts.com/uploa...1200782710.jpg
http://forums.pelicanparts.com/uploa...1200782721.jpg
http://forums.pelicanparts.com/uploa...1200782732.jpg
http://forums.pelicanparts.com/uploa...1200782741.jpg
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche A.G. Posted here for educational purposes only.

David E. Clark 01-19-2008 05:29 PM

I remembered that I have a large after market wiring diagram made by "Prospero's Garage" which is much easier to read than the factory diagram posted above. Unfortunately, it's much to large for me to scan. This diagram confirms that the left rear turn signals are protected by fuse number 9 in box number 1 and the right side is protected by fuse number 10 in box number 1. According to this diagram, fuse #9 protects both left front and rear turn signals and fuse #10 protects both right front and rear turn signals. #8 is for the back-up light, the warning light (flasher) and the brake light.

RSBob 01-19-2008 09:41 PM

If you have the latest version of Internet Explorer, in the lower right corner of your window there is a a zoom feature - default should be showing 100%. 150 to 200 is great for viewing the diagram available here on Pelican http://www.pelicanparts.com/911/911_Parts/911_electrical_diagrams.htm

Danskeren 01-20-2008 01:18 AM

Pelican diagrams works fine. If you check on the diagram on Pelican, you will see that the front blinkers are connected to the fuses 9 and 10, but the rear blinkers are connected to the other side of the fuse together with the source - and therefore not protected by theis fuse.

However it could looks as fuse 8 is connected to the blinker relay through the warning light switch and as such fuse 8 is protecting all blinkers ! But Im not sure yet.

Peter

David E. Clark 01-20-2008 03:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Danskeren (Post 3715022)
Pelican diagrams works fine. If you check on the diagram on Pelican, you will see that the front blinkers are connected to the fuses 9 and 10, but the rear blinkers are connected to the other side of the fuse together with the source - and therefore not protected by theis fuse.

However it could looks as fuse 8 is connected to the blinker relay through the warning light switch and as such fuse 8 is protecting all blinkers ! But Im not sure yet.

Peter

Peter,

I think you are reading this wrong. The way I read the diagram, one of the two black and white wires on the left side of fuse 9 goes to part 49 on the left rear which is the left rear turn signal. (The other black and white wire on the left side of fuse 9 goes to the emergency flasher relay and the blinker/headlight flasher relay). The black and white wire on the right side of fuse 9 goes to part 49 on the front left which is the left front turn signal.

The green and black wire on the right side of fuse 10 goes to part 49 on the right front which is the right front turn signal. One of the two green and black wires on the left side of fuse 10 goes into a black and white wire and then to part 49 on the rear right which is the right rear turn signal. (The other green and black wire on the left side of fuse 10 goes to the emergency flasher relay and the blinker/headlight flasher relay).

I hope you are not more confused than when you started! SmileWavy

David

Danskeren 01-20-2008 08:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by David E. Clark (Post 3714609)
I remembered that I have a large after market wiring diagram made by "Prospero's Garage" which is much easier to read than the factory diagram posted above. Unfortunately, it's much to large for me to scan. This diagram confirms that the left rear turn signals are protected by fuse number 9 in box number 1 and the right side is protected by fuse number 10 in box number 1. According to this diagram, fuse #9 protects both left front and rear turn signals and fuse #10 protects both right front and rear turn signals. #8 is for the back-up light, the warning light (flasher) and the brake light.

This would make much more sense than what the diagram on Pelican shows.
With front on the right side and rear on the left side of the fuse - one of them is unprotected. And the hot wire can only be the one from the relay


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