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So I have the part number, but am looking for updates to original from

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So I'm trying to find out what improvements / changes have been made to original part no. 997.426.011.01, AS0 5, Serial no. 23234, dated 03.05.2006.  It's the shifter assembly for an automatic 2006 C4S Cab. 997.  I've been having a sticky shifter problem after periods of driving where the shifter is hard to move from P to D, etc...  As far as I could tell, 50/50 chance on replacing the shifter cable or this assembly and I chose the assembly as the dealer told me that there has been some modifications to the part since '06 and now I'm trying to find lout what the modifications / improvements have been.  Any Ideas???

 

Additionally, this did not solve my problem and now I'm going to have to replace the shifter cable  :cursing:  :cursing:  :cursing:

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997 426 011 02 is part number that Porsche says to use for replacement.

In the earlier shifter housing I think sometime the magnets fell out and jammed the shifter.

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Tks Loren. Is there any way to find out tech hours allowed for shifter replacement vs shifter cable job?

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For the shifter Porsche list 100 TU or about 1 hour. If you have PCM add another 20 minutes.

Cable replacement is about 240 TU so about 4 hours.

 

Realize these book times are Porsche times based on a worst case tech (new never done it before). An experienced tech will often beat those times by as much as 50%.

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Got it and of course I have the difference in the price of the parts.

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