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About btoews

  • Birthday 11/20/1951

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  • From
    Casper, Wyoming
  • Porsche Club
  • Present cars
    2001 Carrera 4 Cabriolet
  • Former cars
    1980 924 Turbo<br /><br />
    1982 928 Weissach<br /><br />
    1983 928S<br /><br />
    1990 928S4

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  1. After recent fender repair, fuel door is locked whenever doors unlocked, and unlocked whenever doors are locked. Is this likely due to electrical connector on solenoid installed with wrong polarity (or is that not possible?) or to wiring harness splice with wrong polarity, or something else? Otherwise, all works well, including remote and manual locking operations; I simply have to lock doors to open fuel door (and of course fuel door is unsecured whenever vehicle is locked). Thanks in advance for any responses. btoews
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