Your solution is what the previous owner of my 240 did. So the motor was live all the time and no fuse!
That too was a US car.
I don't understand that diagram. If you look at the switch it would short out the power and blow the fuse in the top position.
Wow, that's new to me.
I'm new to the world of 240z's (but not rust old cars ;) ).
I'm about to press the button on a nice dry 72 import. It's a sold...
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