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  1. Ah ok, never heard of that. Was worried when there was nothing special mentioned in the documentation as well. Thanks for the quick response.
  2. Finally getting around to installing my issue 1.0 fuse panel into my 70T. Question re fuse 4 for headlights. On the original panel 3 and 4 on the smaller (8 fuse) panel are bussed. On the CR unit they aren’t. However input 4 (T9 on PCB) is connected to both the fuse leg AND the output of the relay. How can that be? Inputs 3, 1 and 2 don’t connect to the fuse leg and go only to the respective relay. Inputs 1 and 2 are bussed together same as the original. So I’m not sure how to fix this? Thoughts?
  3. I've just finished installing the rear fuse panel in my 1970 911T (I'll tackle the front soon). One thing I noted is that the order of the line wires had to be flipped (ie I had to move 3->1 and 1->3) in order for the bussed line connections to be correct - ie 1&2 are bussed on the original panel, but 2&3 on your panel. Obviously also had to flip the load wires to match. Not a big deal, but easy to miss if you aren't paying attention. Car started up fine and all seemed well. Yay! One question - I note there's no grounding of the rear fuse panel, so interested in understanding if this is indeed correct, and if so then how do the LED's work? Cheers, Gavin Sydney, Australia
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