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Helping friend who bought at Carrera with damage to front right. This wire bundle runs down along the A/C pipes behind the front wheel that come up from the rear of the car, and they (the wires) appear to have continued running down, but I can't be sure.

 

The wires were cut in the accident and whatever they attach to is gone; i.e., the rest of the wires are missing. Also, the damaged fender had been removed before he got the car, so now clues there. There are three wires: blue, white, and light brown with blue striping. These are not the wires to the fuel door actuator, which are all in place along with the connector. 

 

Need to know what these wires are supposed to connect to. Any help would be appreciated. Cheers!

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White987S,

 

Thanks! The wiring to the fan motors is complete. Not sure where the air temp sensor would be located. I will look for that on the parts breakdown. I wish Porsche would publish (or I could find) wiring diagrams.

 

The search continues...

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Helping friend who bought at Carrera with damage to front right. This wire bundle runs down along the A/C pipes behind the front wheel that come up from the rear of the car, and they (the wires) appear to have continued running down, but I can't be sure.

 

The wires were cut in the accident and whatever they attach to is gone; i.e., the rest of the wires are missing. Also, the damaged fender had been removed before he got the car, so now clues there. There are three wires: blue, white, and light brown with blue striping. These are not the wires to the fuel door actuator, which are all in place along with the connector. 

 

Need to know what these wires are supposed to connect to. Any help would be appreciated. Cheers!

 

It would be helpful to know the exact model and year of the car?

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White987S,

 

Thanks! The wiring to the fan motors is complete. Not sure where the air temp sensor would be located. I will look for that on the parts breakdown. I wish Porsche would publish (or I could find) wiring diagrams.

 

The search continues...

Air temp sensor is in the passenger side air intake area of the front bumper, I'm pretty sure.

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Loren,  2009 Carrera S convertible. thanks...duh on my part. 

 

White987S, Thanks. The wiring harness that runs to the front bumper is missing, (on order), but I believe that is only for the lights. I will check over the remnants of the bumper to see if I can find anything there. 

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