Electric wiring diagram Part I Type 911 T 911 E 911 S Model

2003 Porsche 911 Fuse Box Diagram

1 Battery

17 Headlights

18 Turn signal, parking and side marker iights

(side marker lights USA only)

19 Tail, stop, turn, back-up and side marker lights

(side marker lights USA only)

20 Fog ights (optional)

21 License piate light

22 Luggage compartment light

23 Interior light

24 Glove compartment light

25 Ashtray light

30 Flasher, dimmer, wiper/washer switch with horn ring on steering column

31 Ignition starter switch and steering lock

32 Light switch

33 Emergency flasher switch

(not applicable in Italy and France)

36 Door contact switch

37 Switch for luggage compartment light Stop light switch

41 Back-up light switch

42 Switch for glove compartment light 48 Turn signal/emergency flasher unit 50 Headlight relay

67 Tachometer

68 Speedometer

69 Electric clock

78 Fuse box I (10 terminal)

79 Fuse box II (8 terminal)

84 Multi-connector (14 terminal)

85 Multi-connector (6 terminal) 87 Connector (single contact) 89 Ground connection-body 93 Rear fog light (optional)

FUSES: Fuse box I:

light, clock, luggage compartment light 2 Emergency flasher

7 Fresh air fan

8 Stop, turn and back-up lights

9 Left front turn signal iight '.":■ Right front turn signal iight

Fuse box II:

1 High beam, left

2 High beam, right

3 Low beam. left

4 Low beam, right

5 Side marker, left

6 Side marker, right

7 License plate light

8 (Fog lights)

CAUTION!

Do not disconnect battery while the engine is running as this will damage the alternator.

Electric wiring diagram (Part ID Type 911 T, 911 E, 911 S, Model 72

Electric wiring diagram (Part ID Type 911 T, 911 E, 911 S, Model 72

911 Alternator Wiring

1 Battery

2 Starter

3 Alternator

4 Governor

5 Distributor

6 Ignition transformer

7 Spark plugs

8 Fuel pump

9 High tension ignition unit

11 Speed switch

12 Cold start solenoid (except 911 TV)

13 Shut-off solenoid (91 1 TV: solenoid valve)

14 Thermo-time switch (except 911 TV)

15 Micro switch

30 Flasher, dimmer, wiper/washer switch with horn ring on steering column

31 Ignition starter switch and steering lock

34 Switch far fan and auxiiary heater

35 Rear window defogger switch 38 Parking brake contact

40 Brake warning light switch (USA only)

43 Safety belt contact, driver side (USA only)

44 Safety belt contact, passenger side (USA only)

45 Buzzer contact (USA only)

46 Seat contact, passenger side (USA only)

49 Horn relay

51 Rear window defogger relay

52 Auxiliary starting relay (except 911 TV)

53 Buzzer (USA only)

56 Oil temperature indicator

57 Oil pressure indicator

58 Oil level indcator

59 Indicator far fuel gauge

60 Safety belt warning light (USA only)

65 Fuel gauge dial

66 Oil temperature gauge dial 69 Electric clock

73 Wiper motor

74 Washer pump

75 Horns

77 Cigarette lighter

78 Fuse box I (10 terminal)

80 Fuse ban 111 (3 terminal)

81 Fan motor

82 Rear window defogger element

84 Multi-connector (14 terminal)

85 Multi-connector (6 terminal)

86 Multi-connector (4 terminal)

87 Connector (single contact)

89 Ground connection-body

90 Optional horn

92 Auxiliary combustion heater (optional)

94 Radio (aptionall

95 Oil temperature switch sportomatic (optional)

FUSES:

Fuse box I:

1 Interior light, clock, luggage compartment light

2 Emergency flasher

3 (Electric windows)

4 Cigarette lighter

5 (Sliding roof)

6 Windshield wiper, washer pump

7 Fresh air fan

8 Stop, turn and back-up lights

9 Left front turn signal light 10 Right front turn signal light

Fuse box 111:

1 (Spartomatic)

2 Shut-off solenoid, solenoid valve, solenoid for cold starting unit

3 Rear window defogger CAUTION!

Do not disconnect battery while the engine is running as this will damage the alternator.

Electric wiring diagram (Part I) Type 911 T, 911 E, 911 S, Carrera 2.7, Model 73

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