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Can anybody help pleas??

Hi this is my first post on a forum.

I have a 1976 912e and I would like to convert the engine to carbs and junk the injection system.

However I cannot find a wiring diagram that covers the 1976 model year. I have the early car diagram but not the one that covers all of the U.S spec electrics.

Was a diagram produced?
Does anyone have a copy I could use?

I will post a few pictures of the car soon.

Thanks for your help in advance.

Regards.
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Hello and welcome to the forum! I wasn't able to find the wiring diagram on our site. Our members will likely be able to help you out. I would also suggest doing a google image search for that specific diagram. Best of luck and please let us know if you have any other questions or if we can assist with any part needs.
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Supie76,
I think that the 76E is the same as the 914. You might want to try 914 section or the 914world.com.

Why do you need a wiring diagram to replace the fuel injection with carbs?

Best of luck,
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Russell,

I would like to tidy up the engine bay wiring harness and delete all of the non essential U.S wiring as the car is in Europe and does not require it.

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Supie76,
If you haven't joined the 912 Registry bbs do so. Wealth of information on 912E. Do use your real name as it is a friendly environment and a name gets more responses. The 912E manuals are posted on their site; 912E Manuals
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Tony.

Thanks for the link I think there is everything I need.

I will sign up for the 912 registry as well.

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912 conversion to carbs

Remove all the fuel injection components off the engine till all you see is the distributor. Also remove the fuel injection harness that attaches to the cpu box and the other end there is a12 pin connector to the fuse box in eng compartment. Now you are almost done. Now remove the fuel pump and associated fuel lines. Remove the distributor. You are going to use your own called an 009 and they cost $50.

Next install your intake manifolds and carbs along with the linkage. Buy a fuel pump from autozone that will deliver 5-7 psi for hour. Install that to your carbs. The power for your fuel pump is one wire to batt and another wire to a switch and then ground,

Now you have a FI hose you threw out and the remaining small wiring harness goes from fuse plate ( eng comp) to oil sensor, distr and coil

It's very simple
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