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Has my 1985 porsche 911 turbo 930 model got a dme relay if so where is it located?

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    All of this started after it sat for 3 months. I doubt that had anything to do with it. Gas is fine. Again, engine turns over but does not fire.

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Hello there
Your Turbo does not have DME relay as the other 84-89 models of 911 Carrera .
What is your problem?
let me know i will try to help you
proporsche@yahoo.com

proporsche

Posted on May 29, 2011

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