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Are these Porsche relays?

I have some VW / Audi relays that I am trying to identify and work out the equivalent Porsche part no's if they are used in 924 or 944's

I have tried Google and a few other options but can't seem to match up the relays to possible Porsche equivalent ones, any and all help is greatly appreciated

I have also tried the Porsche PET but no luck there unfortunately




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Do a google search like this:

Porsche+811905343

That will find only occurrences of Porsche and part number 811905343
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Hopefully there is a white coloured number (eg 217) on the top of the lower pictured one. That will help you zero in as to its function. Looks like it came out of a 70s 924.
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Hopefully there is a white coloured number (eg 217) on the top of the lower pictured one. That will help you zero in as to its function. Looks like it came out of a 70s 924.
Thanks for help, unfortunately no number on the lower one, the black one has no 57 on the top does that help anyone
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Do a google search like this:

Porsche+811905343

That will find only occurrences of Porsche and part number 811905343
Thanks for the advice will try that
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The top is an idle boost relay. the lower is a generic relay used for cooling fans but missing a tab.

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The top is an idle boost relay. the lower is a generic relay used for cooling fans but missing a tab.
Thanks appreciate it
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