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Replace the rod bearing kit in a 1986 Porsche 944 turbo

I bought this rod bearing kit for my 1986 944 Turbo: http://www.944online.com/cgi-bin/ASI_Store.cgi?Product+skukey_20052835+944turbo+engineblock-944turbo Complete rod bearing kit for you 944. This kit includes one set of rod bearings, one oil pan gasket, and all eight rod nuts. How do I take out the old stuff and put in the new stuff?

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SOURCE: 86' Porsche 944 turbo

at the back of the turbo there is a rubber o ring it will be coming in though there

Posted on Aug 03, 2008

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SOURCE: 1985 Porsche 944 vibration in engine

It is a common problem for the seals in the oil cooler to leak and allow water into the oil. I'd check this first, there should be a procedure online somewhere. Try googling "clarks garage"

Posted on Feb 04, 2009

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SOURCE: '87 Porsche 944 Turbo Airbag Light blinking incl. the "!" on dash

check the abs pump fuse .the abs pump or a sensor could trigger it. get a scan done...the code will tyell you what is wrong

Posted on May 27, 2009

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SOURCE: how do you take off the sunroof of a 1986 944

Turn ignition on, make the sunroof go up and all the way down, turn off ignition and press the sunroof button to go down. Then unclip the 2 front hooks and push up.

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SOURCE: is it possible to install a turbo into a non-turbo

Yes it is possible but would cost you more than going out and buying a turbo model . If you want to get more power the way to go is to turn it into a hybrid . You will still need to get a turbo model transmission . But the cost of your Maintenance will drop . Check out WWW.Renigadehybrids.com This kit with the Chevy LS1 engine will give you enough power to take on a Viper or Farrari

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I have a 1986 Porsche 944(non-turbo) and the RPM Gauge(tachometer) is not working. Where do I look in the engine to fix this problem myself?


i dont know for sure, but if you check out www.clarks-garage.com it has just about everything you need on fixing this beautiful car. I used it to tear down my whole engine. Good luck

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http://www.clarks-garage.com/

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