Porsche 924 The Porsche 924 was produced from 1976 to 1988 was a two-door, 2+2 seat sports car coupe.

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Old 02-02-2012, 01:51 AM
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hey guys i new to this so sorry if i sound like a newbie. But i have a 1987 924s and the guy that owned it last ripped out his aftermarket security system and it don't know how to put together all the wires. I live Ogden Utah and there isn't anyone that know that knows anything about Porsche. So if anyone knows of anyone that could help me or anything that could help that would be great. Thanks
 
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Old 02-06-2012, 10:22 PM
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Sorry - it's your problem to solve. You bought a 25-year old high-end foreign brand. No offense but you brought this on yourself. You have two options. 1) find a good garage: try a major metro area, maybe the nearest one to you, or 2) order copies of the service manual and dig into it yourself.

A 25 year old Porsche is inexpensive to buy but not to maintain and keep in good condition.
 
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Originally Posted by The_KID_801 View Post
hey guys i new to this so sorry if i sound like a newbie. But i have a 1987 924s and the guy that owned it last ripped out his aftermarket security system and it don't know how to put together all the wires. I live Ogden Utah and there isn't anyone that know that knows anything about Porsche. So if anyone knows of anyone that could help me or anything that could help that would be great. Thanks
Not to worry, Iím only three days into the Porsche world myself. I just bought an í87 924S and will try to help you by referencing mine. Where did he cut / rip the wires, right under the dash? Mine has three different boxes for the alarm so let me know and I can get a picture of mine for you.
 
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