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Fuse box labels

Horrible isn't it?


To fix it, download this pdf file [edit]version 02[/edit] and print out the ones you like. Make sure you do not scale the printout down or up. It should be 100% zoom in the print settings of your pdf viewer.

The fuse order is for my 1970 911E and I know it's good for other years but certainly not all. I have two versions for each of the three fuse boxes in the car. One version is the original and the other is modified in some way: On the fore labels I've added fuse size in amps and the aft one I've switched the order because the fuses are upside down on my car (don't know if this is standard).

Now, cut around the printouts crudely with scissors.




Take a see-through sticker (you can probably get this at a bookstore to protect book covers) and carefully stick the printout face down.



Cut a large enough piece of the sticker so you can cover the back as well. Don't mind about the sides or top, just make sure the sticker is smooth on the face of the printout and on its back. You should end up with something like this:



Use a razor to cut off the edges:



Cut a cross in the middle of each of the two circles in the fore fuse box stickers:



And you're ready!






I can add other versions of fuse boxes to the pdf file but I'll need details about them.
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Nice job!
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Thanks. And since I have a 70E as well it will be perfect.
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Thanks! Posted a link at the Sreg. forum.

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Great! I have been missing two of these for a long time....I can't get the link to work but I'll keep trying.
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You probably have port 8080 blocked.

I can do nothing about that unfortunately. If someone else can get it on their server, or our host has a spot where we can upload it, that would be helpful.
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THANKS! Just about finished with my 70T and these are just what I need.
I still have the originals but they look just like yours. Don't know what I'd
do without this forum. Thanks again.

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Just finished mine a didnt have these.
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nice work.
but FYI, slight difference on my 72.
MARK, heads up!
3 and 6 are exchanged for each other on the big box- go figure!
POPE, would it be an easy swap?
plan on using the rear fuse label tho.
thanks for the time and effort.
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I uploaded a version that includes the 1972 modification you asked for Bob.

Its size should be fine although it's probably only a near-perfect replication of the original (as opposed to the perfect one for 1970).

Did 70 and 71 have the same fuse boxes?
Did 72 and 73?
Anyone know?
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Pope - the link seems to be gone. Can you repost or email to me ??

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Email sent with the fusebox pdf file.

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Sorry dear friends, server maintenance killed the link.

It's up again and should be working fine.
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Pope - the link seems to be gone again. Can you repost or email to me ??

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Pope great job but link is down. Could you email one more out for a 72??

Thanks, I was just looking for these to id my correct fuse sizes.
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Remove the port number and the link works!
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Way to go Zippy!

I put these on the server when its status was much more stable. I should look for another server to put them on now...
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"To fix it, download this pdf file [edit]version 02[/edit] and print out the ones you like. Make sure you do not scale the printout down or up. It should be 100% zoom in the print settings of your pdf viewer."


Great tip, unfortunately the PDF link seems to be broken.
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I'm trying to edit the link in my post above to fix it but I can't :/

Zippy posted the fixed link above:

NEW LINK: FuseBoxLabels02.pdf
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