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  • Present cars
    '86 944 NA
    SOON TO BE - '01 - '03 Boxster
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    '01 - '03 Boxster
  1. Does anyone have access to the Mitchell guide that states that the same operation should take 8.6 or 8.9 hours (vs. the Porsche warranty time of 8.1 hours - I guess the extra .5 or .8 hours is for rust, etc....)? Please let me know. Thanks!!
  2. Hey, that looks what what I sort of need... :D However, I don't really understand what it says.... is the 810 = 8.10 hours labor? I need something official looking... I contacted Porsche directly, and they are of no help..... :angry:
  3. I need a print-out or something showing that the Porsche labor warranty time to replace the 3 bearings in the upper balance shaft on a '86 944 NA is 8.1 hours. :D
  4. Hey, Does anyone know how I go about getting a Porsche shop warranty time book, or even just a photocopy of a page, for an '86 944? Thanks!
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