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    '70 911T engine bay relays

    Does anyone have any info that documents the two small round aluminium relays on the engine bay console?

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    consider this.
    I haven't been able to find an image for 1970T.
    Are you sure the relays have wires underneath?
    A couple things.
    My 71T only has one cylindrical relay. In black plastic.
    There is no plug in hole #1. Just a hole. With wires coming out.
    Your three fuses, seem changed out, much newer than the common ceramic ones.
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    Thanks Scott.. interesting. My car is a T, so carbs - but has the relay for starter enrichment. I wonder why...
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    spray tubes in the air cleaner, usually removed by dealers per Porsche tech bulletin, due to stack fires.
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    Thanks Ed!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott A View Post
    Your three fuses, seem changed out, much newer than the common ceramic ones.
    Correct - I put that new fuse panel in - from classicretro in the UK. For anyone doing similar note the difference in the bussed terminals (the parallel lines on the input side) on early cars. I'm not sure what year that changed, but I had to reverse the order of the fuses.
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