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Question Fuse Box Diagram

Can anyone either post a picture of an 85 1/2 N/A 944 fuse box diagram or email it to me? Having a terrible time finding this online.....


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It's on the inside of the lid.
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Obviously it's not "on the inside of the lid" as I wouldn't be posting this if it were right in front of me. As you can tell from my question--I am trying to find the fuse box diagram(which is no longer on my car).

Great tip though.............
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You don't have the lid to cover the exposed fuse/relay unit under the hood?
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I definitely have the lid, but as I stated before--there is no diagram.......
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So I will assume no one has this available online????
Thanks anyway
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You mean the friggin current track?!!?!?

No way. The only way to "trace" that is to look at the wiring diagram, and look where all those "A##", "B##", "C##" (etc) connections go to wires. As for how it's interally wired, it's just straight leads from a pin to another inside, or through a fuse.
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Try www.clarks-garage.com or www.frwilk.com
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Thanks Socal!!! Definitely what I was looking for!!!

Appreciate it!!
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Sorry about the go around. Wasn't guite sure of what you were asking for.
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No problem..... I appreciate it.......I apologize if I was short with my earlier posts
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IS THERE A WAY OR A HOW TO HAVE THE SPOILER IN THE UP POSITION THANKS
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Can my boxster spoiler be set to the up position???
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