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    Front Trunk: Lighting

    The wires were removed for the 2 lights, from my hood...
    It's now time to install the two Hella trunk lights. Does
    anyone have photos of where the wiring is supposed to be
    found, under my dash area... to attach the Hella lights?

    Also... what would the wiring look like, that runs inside the
    hood area, that connects the left light to the right light?

    Anybody happen to document this when restoring their car?
    This is a 1971 911 if that matters. ;o)
    Thanks to whoever can help! ;o)
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    I have several photos hard to load
    PM me for email will send photos ( from 71) & diagrams
    Regards
    Frank
    73.5 Snrf T
    71 Snrf T
    70S targa
    76 914 2.0
    82 Targa,
    85 Alfa GTV6
    60 Lancia Appia Zagato GTE
    Searching for transmission 7115322 (911/01)

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    Done ;o) Thanks Frank. Is yours an "S" by chance?


    Quote Originally Posted by 71gold View Post
    I have several photos hard to load
    PM me for email will send photos ( from 71) & diagrams
    Regards
    Frank

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    Partial view
    1971 911S Coupe - Gemini Blue
    1973 911S Targa - Signal Yellow
    1974 914 2.3 - Sunflower Yellow
    1975 914 1.8 - Light Ivory - one 45 year owner (well, except for me)
    1974 BMW 2002 tii Riveria Blue
    1974 Alfa Romeo GTV 2000 Red (Twin Spark)

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    see post #6 here with a description of the wiring.
    Bob B

    https://www.early911sregistry.org/fo...ght-one-or-two

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    Hood lights

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    Shows the brown goes to the plunger switch and the black/white striped anchored to hinge then to the matching connection
    73.5 Snrf T
    71 Snrf T
    70S targa
    76 914 2.0
    82 Targa,
    85 Alfa GTV6
    60 Lancia Appia Zagato GTE
    Searching for transmission 7115322 (911/01)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 71gold View Post
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    Shows the brown goes to the plunger switch and the black/white striped anchored to hinge then to the matching connection
    Thats the shot I was trying to find !
    1971 911S Coupe - Gemini Blue
    1973 911S Targa - Signal Yellow
    1974 914 2.3 - Sunflower Yellow
    1975 914 1.8 - Light Ivory - one 45 year owner (well, except for me)
    1974 BMW 2002 tii Riveria Blue
    1974 Alfa Romeo GTV 2000 Red (Twin Spark)

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    Thank you everyone!! Not sure if I sent you the thank you Frank.. to your personal email.
    ;o) This should totally help.
    Now I've got one last mystery (I hope)... Rear license plate lights mounted up inside the
    deck-lid. I'll post a new thread for that. lol
    Last edited by Nickm; 12-05-2022 at 05:01 PM.

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    extremely low mile, all original S below.

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    1969 S Coupe #761
    Early S Registry #1624

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