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Can anybody post a 04 996 Turbo Wiring Diagram?

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Help. My Turbo wont start, there is no power between the battery and the starter, starter solenoid clicks but the starter wontturn. When I connect a battery directly to the post near the engine it fires right away.

I am wondering if I blew a fusible linnk somewhere? I need the main powe rwiring diagram for it.

04 911 Turbo Cab US Model 6 Speed

Thanks

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there is a start lock relay between starter and DME but your problem seems to be a weak battery...

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I got only the 2002 wiring diagram hope this help

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Check your batteries specific gravity (of each cell) and have it load tested.

If you are sure your battery is good then check your ignition switch and ground cables on the engine/transmission.

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If I even told you what the problem was you would waste your time reading it. I am an idiot. Enough said.

Thanks to both of you.

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Probably due to the difficult winter your having in Vancouver ;) .

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If you're like me....I just let folks know I'm 67 and they just sort of say.....Ohhhhhh....sort of built in excuse that doesn't require any further explanation.

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No, it isn't that simple, I am just an idiot, the main wire to the starter was hidden behind the brake lines. I didn't take the starter out so I didn't realize there were more than 2 wires going to it. It's fixed now and I am only out with 8 hours of my life.

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