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3.2 Wiring

I've looked at all my notes and saved threads that I can get to but can't find what powers the 3.2 DME for my conversion. It has to have a continuous 12V supply correct? I keep thinking that one of the wires that were cut off from the Carrera harnes and now run into the 914 tunnel must be the one, but not according to the schematics I'm looking at. Anyone help? Thanks.
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I can look through my notes when I get home tomorrow night. I think I still have all that info for the wiring... I was going to go with a 3.2 but then aquired a replica 2.8RSR w/MFI engine. Dave@GPR has that info too as well as a 3.2 914.

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I just pulled a 3.2 DME and harness out of an 83 for my conversion. There were two wires that went from the DME Harness under the seat up to the front fuse box on the 911.
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I believe the main hot wires for the DME come directly off of the DME Relay. That is what provides main power to the DME and Fuel Pump. There are a few wires that go directly to the battery as I recall. One of which is the alternator wire.

I would have to review my wiring schematics to be absolutely sure.

I have done a few 3.2 conversions.
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Thanks for the info. It seems we're on the right track after all.
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Did my diagrams help out.

Jim hows your conversion coming along. Remember I am just down the road if you need help or anything.

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Clarified it a bunch. Thanks again.
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