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Porsche Crest Fuse box diagram

I need a picture with a description of the fuse box and relays to a '87 924S. Does anyone know of a website I can get this information off of. Or maybe someone could email me this information. I have looked all over and don't want to wait for a manual in the mail. Your help will be greatly appreciated.

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The fuse bock layout is the same as the early 944's.
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Thats what I figured just needed to know for sure. Thanks

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What problems are you having?
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I have few electric problems. But first I need to switch out all the fuses, the previous owner was using all bus fuses.
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The other problems I've been having may just be ground problems. I have searched the wiring harness for broken wires and what not. The major problem is with the headlight switch not working. The parking lights work but that's it, no headlight motor or headlights. So you have to open up the headlights manually and use the flasher lever.
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And then there is the climate control. The climate control works intermittently and when you have the flasher lever pulled back.
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Bus fuses? The fuses for the 944 are the pointed end ceramic with open bus. The color of the ceramic indicates the amperage. Usually just a good twist will knock off the corrosion at the ends of the fuses.

There is a relay on the headlight motor. If the rubber boot is missing it does not take long for the relay to go bad and you have to manually raise and lower the headlights.

Then you may not be getting voltage past the headlight switch. These tend to go bad too.

Pelican has useable schematics for your car. For the headlight circuits it's the same as the early 944's.
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