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Old 02-07-2014, 11:56 PM
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Guys please do check this against your car and other sources for your model year... A few have already identified some issues with some diagrams - keep looking...

Goal is to improve all these first - so we have a solid resource to use.

For those who commented already - thanks - much appreciated!

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Guys please do check this against your car and other sources for your model year...
I'll be checkin' these against my '91 and an early '93 that's here for The Winter.
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Alan,
If I use your 82 chart for my 83 Euro and compare to my owners manual, the only differences are fuses 19 (headlight pod) and 22 (fuel pump, AAV, WUR) are listed as 16A , not 25A. I have done a few years with a 16A on the pump with no issues - measured pump current ~7A.

That means basically that F7 and 10 swap (brake lights,cruise swap with Not used), and 13 and 22 swap (fuel pump and Not used)from 82US to 83Euro.
The relays are OK for both AFAICS.

Thanks for this, makes life much easier.
jp 83 Euro S AT 55k
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Thank you so much for this, and everything else you've done for all of us.

Hopefully this thread will be posted in the stickies.
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Very helpful all on one page, thanks Alan.
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Great work! Thanks Alan.
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Old 02-08-2014, 03:16 PM
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Alan, this is outstanding. Thanks!

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Once all the edits are complete, perhaps create a new thread with the final versions that I can then add to the FAQ topic.

This is quite an ambitious project that will become a legacy reference resource benefiting the world-wide 928 community for ever.


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Alan can you post this on Pelican as well or waiting for a final version? I am pict posting limited, overlimited here on RL. I have picts for both US 83 and Euro 84 and 85 (I think).
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Alan can you post this on Pelican as well.
Why would he - rennlist is his home turf.

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I have been known to feed the birds...

In this case I think we will get more traffic faster here, I want to be clear this is all preliminary - there certainly will be more changes - I wouldn't put one in your car just yet - wait for the improved versions, and also pariticpate in improving them - by checking your model year details...

These will get widely distributed when good enough via persistent locations so that we can link to those on Rennlist and Pelican etc - I'll later be deleting the old uploaded content at some point and replacing with links so as not to have absolete versions online...

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Originally Posted by jpitman2 View Post
Alan,
If I use your 82 chart for my 83 Euro and compare to my owners manual, the only differences are fuses 19 (headlight pod) and 22 (fuel pump, AAV, WUR) are listed as 16A , not 25A. I have done a few years with a 16A on the pump with no issues - measured pump current ~7A.

That means basically that F7 and 10 swap (brake lights,cruise swap with Not used), and 13 and 22 swap (fuel pump and Not used)from 82US to 83Euro.
The relays are OK for both AFAICS.

Thanks for this, makes life much easier.
jp 83 Euro S AT 55k
So JP to be clear you saying your ROW '83 is closer to the US '82 diagram than the US '83 diagram? What is the reason for this? diffferent model change-over dates for ROW? Do you see this will be consistent for other model year to diagram mapping?

I did verify that those ratings are correct for the fuses noted in the USA diagrams, do you have a kick down relay in your '83 (only real difference between relays in USA '82/'83s)

Alan

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Alan,

GREAT work, so helpful to those of us who were born and raised in the 6 Volt automotive era, with probably two fuses and NO relays in the car!!

Gary--
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