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fuse panel

I'm in the process of reconnecting the wires on my early 85, 944 and need to know what wires go where on the back side of the fuse panel. Does someone know the wire colors that connect to the connectors? Would it be possible for someone to take a picture of theirs and post it to this thread.
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You may do better posting this to the other 944 forum, not the turbo page....but if it helps, I can take a picture of the wiring diagram for the early 85 (referred to as an 85/1), and email it to you. Just PM me your email address.

Does your "early 85" have single round gauges, or one oval cluster with all the gauges in it?
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Sorry, my pictures didn't come out well, but if you go to the Porsche Welcome page here on Pelican Parts, on the left scroll down to the 924/944/968 section, and right under the 924/944BBS listing, you will see the listing for elec diagrams...your 85/1 will use the same diagrams as the 1984.

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Thanks. This is a picture of what wires I am looking for. The schematics don't show the wires connecting to the back of the fuse panel.


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actually they do, the fuses are shown in the gray area at the top of the page. Look at part 2, page 2, you'll see the fuses. The early diagrams do leave something to be desired, but they are a lot less complicated than the diagrams for the 85.5 and later cars.
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I'm not doing to well looking at the diagrams. I'm more of a picture electrician. I can look at the picture, find the wire and plug it in. LOL I started this project and am finding that it is more than what I thought.
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