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Old 08-04-2005, 02:41 PM
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That looks like the turbo timer temp sender plug??......... but its been a long time since I Have had the stock plug on that one. Someone with a stock 86 should be able to identify it.
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Yes, looks like the thermo switch for the turbocharger water pump.
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Old 08-04-2005, 03:12 PM
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How about a female crimp on butt connector with heatshrink over it? If its sized right, it might work the same way...
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Old 08-04-2005, 03:51 PM
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Originally Posted by theedge
How about a female crimp on butt connector with heatshrink over it? If its sized right, it might work the same way...
That would be fine.

I am sure half the people who will by one........don't even use the stock connector anymore.
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Old 08-08-2005, 03:08 PM
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A question from someone not on top of the basics of EE:

Will this new harness have wires that have the proper resistances, etc.?
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Old 08-09-2005, 07:46 PM
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Yes - the new harness will have all the proper ohms and values. More so than even your current harness probably does as it corrodes - it gains resistance.

We thought we had found the attached connector - but the 944/951 parts catalog is wrong - can any one of you owners tell me where this one is used?
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Carl,
Looks like the connector for the O2 or the connector for the turbo water pump. Actually i think these are used multiple times.


Someone correct me if i'm wrong.
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Old 08-10-2005, 05:08 AM
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I found those connector in my company spare once... they are Canon connector
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Im pretty sure that is the O2 sensor, and the turbo water pump has 2 pins instead of 3
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that is indeed the O2 sensor plug.
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Because of all the requests we have received for "special wiring" so that you can run your piggy-back electronics thru the wire loom, we have decided to use a recloseable wire loom in the main body of the engine wiring harness. It will raise the price about $30 per wire harness, but you will be able to open the harness, lay in your wiring , and reseal it.

This is a braided mesh Heavy-Duty Polyester industrial wire sleeve, with a velcro closure all the way along the back of the loom. Not cheap slit-conduit like you see at Autozone.

From the manufacturer: "Tough, durable braided construction provides flexibility, prevents condensation, and permits heat and moisture dissipation. Sleeving expands to several times its diameter. Made of polyester (PET) for good resistance to abrasion and chemicals. Temperature range is -103° to +257° F. UL recognized and CSA certified. Easy-Open Wrap-Around— No need to disconnect wires or cables to install, just wrap the sleeving around them and secure with hook-and-loop closure. Access is permitted at any spot along the length of sleeving. Color is black. "
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Hi Carl:

Do you have an ETD?

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Old 08-12-2005, 06:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Carl Fausett
Because of all the requests we have received for "special wiring" so that you can run your piggy-back electronics thru the wire loom, we have decided to use a recloseable wire loom in the main body of the engine wiring harness. It will raise the price about $30 per wire harness, but you will be able to open the harness, lay in your wiring , and reseal it.

This is a braided mesh Heavy-Duty Polyester industrial wire sleeve, with a velcro closure all the way along the back of the loom. Not cheap slit-conduit like you see at Autozone.

From the manufacturer: "Tough, durable braided construction provides flexibility, prevents condensation, and permits heat and moisture dissipation. Sleeving expands to several times its diameter. Made of polyester (PET) for good resistance to abrasion and chemicals. Temperature range is -103° to +257° F. UL recognized and CSA certified. Easy-Open Wrap-Around— No need to disconnect wires or cables to install, just wrap the sleeving around them and secure with hook-and-loop closure. Access is permitted at any spot along the length of sleeving. Color is black. "
Cool I'm fine with that! How is the progress coming for the harness?

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Old 08-13-2005, 12:28 PM
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Progress?

We have everything we need to start building them except: 1) the 20-pin connector we need; 2) and the 2 connectors I have shown photos of above.
The single straight-pin female connector is no problem, its the 3-pin O2 sensor that has us stumped for the moment. I am working with my Porsche rep on that.

Wasn;t somebody going to send us a 87 951 engine wiring harness to work with?
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Old 08-13-2005, 04:46 PM
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PS the connector you posted is the same on the headlight...
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