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911 1970 Mystery (1) Ign. key buzzer & (2) red dash blower light


Vehicle Information: Model: 911T; Year: 1970; Body Type: Coupe; Engine (type, size, modifications): 2,2; Total Mileage: 148000;

1) Did the '70 911s have a warning buzzer for keys left in the ignition? My OEM handbook doesn't address it. I looked at a parts diagram and it showed a wire clipped to the ignition lock assembly- for a '71. My car has this clip, I was advised that the "buzzer" is a relay under the front hood behind the dashboard. I referenced a Haynes book which showed a (USA only) switch- but it is hard to trace in B&W.2) The lever for the car's fresh air blower, when moved to the right, turns on a blue light.When I replaced the bulb, I noticed on the left there appears to be a receptacle for a red light (same bulb) but I can't find any wire with bulb under the dash. A friend's '73T's light illuminates red when this lever is moved to the left. Also, a buzzer goes off if keys are left in the ignition with doors opening.I think in both cases I have to do some more "wire-chasing" if they exist!Thanks for your assistance!

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