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Hi all,

I don't have a fuse map in the cover of the fuse box of my 987. Does anyone have an electronic copy? If not could somebody scan their one? I've scoured the net but can't find one which is surprising.

Thanks,

EDIT: Sorry, don't know how the dupe was posted but there doesn't seem to be an option to delete it.

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:welcome:

It would be very helpful (in the future) to give the model year of car when asking questions.

MY2006

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Edited by Loren
Added Model Year

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Hehe sorry, it's a 2006.

My PASM and sport buttons have stopped working. Unlikely that both the switches would die at the same time (the sport switch should enable ' PASM sport' as well as the PASM button), no error messages or fault lights so I'm hoping it's just a random fuse blowout :/

Many thanks for the map.

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Hmm, I removed the fuse, it looks fine. I turned the ignition on without the fuse in, the onboard computer said " PASM indicator faulty". I've put the fuse back in but the PASM still doesn't come on and the same alert is displayed. No other alerts stored in the computer.

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Hmm, I removed the fuse, it looks fine. I turned the ignition on without the fuse in, the onboard computer said "PASM indicator faulty". I've put the fuse back in but the PASM still doesn't come on and the same alert is displayed. No other alerts stored in the computer.

Did you drive the car after the warning indication? I noticed that whenever I disconnect my battery, at the next startup I get a warning PSM system being inoperative. Once I drive the car less than 100 yards, the warning turns off.

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Did you drive the car after the warning indication? I noticed that whenever I disconnect my battery, at the next startup I get a warning PSM system being inoperative. Once I drive the car less than 100 yards, the warning turns off.

Thanks for the reply DANNOV. I've opened up a thread on the DIY forum, I have posted some more information there.

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So what MY is this schema for? I'm looking for a schema for an MY05 - is this it? Alternate question - ant recommendations on which circuit would be preferred to hardwire the Escort radar detector to? Thanks!

:welcome:

It would be very helpful (in the future) to give the model year of car when asking questions.

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hi Loren,

Do you have the fuse map info for a 2008 Boxster S?

Thanks!!

Did you look on the back of fuse door - all cars come with them originally.

I do not have any 2008 schematics yet (which is normal for Porsche).

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hi Loren,

Do you have the fuse map info for a 2008 Boxster S?

Thanks!!

Did you look on the back of fuse door - all cars come with them originally.

I do not have any 2008 schematics yet (which is normal for Porsche).

Yeah, I've checked and it's gone! Let me know when you do..... I'll try with the 2006 ones.

thanks.

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Sorry, I've looked through the fuse maps and still can't find out which fuse controls the front headlights (low beams).

I didn't have a fuse map in my cover either. :angry:

Thanks.

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The headlights and direction indicators are controlled by control boxes, they have no fuses. Check fuse 3 on row C ( light switch ) to start with, if you cant find something than you need the PIWIS tester to find out.

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