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Vehicle Information: Model: 911T; Year: 1971; Body Type: Targa; Engine (type, size, modifications): 2.2; Total Mileage: unknown;

Ed,I wrote earlier to regarding the electrical system problems: no dash lights, turn signals, horn, etc. With your help we were able to correct all but the turn signals/hazard lights.We have no turn signals or hazard lights. When we push the hazard light button the blinker relay clicks once. We have replaced the blinker relay with 3 new ones-nothing but one click. We have tried 3 different hazard light switches-nothing but one click.Somewhere in the system there is a short that causes a fuse to blow. I think it is fuse 8 or 10, can't remember which one. I have it in the local Porsche repair facility and they have not been able to locate the problem.1. Is this a common problem with the older Porsches?2. Is there a way to bypass or substitute another flasher system that might work?3. We have gone to the manual and traced all circuits on the electrical diagrams, which is difficult due to the way the electrical diagrams are displayed. You need a huge magnifying glass to follow circuits. Do You have access to a larger, clear electical circuit diagram that is easier to read?I build street rods and restore Jags, so I have had a lot of experience with electrical systems and my mechanic has many years of experience. We are missing something. Any suggestions?Thank youRon

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