Question about 1987 Porsche 924
There should be some over-sized fuses in a fuse block under the hood.
Often they are on the firewall, behind a cover or near the battery in a
fuse box. It's all just a guess since there isn't enough information to figure out what's really going on.
There is a "lock out" in the control module. Disconnect the battery.
disconnect the control module. Wait. reconnect the control module.
reconnect the battery. Voltages should be correct.
If that does not help below is a link for fuses:
this link fuses: http://www.aa1car.com/library/power_centers.htm
may be the crank senor also as if it doesn't sense spark it will not engage relays. Hope this helped Tim
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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