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  1. toma8344

    oil level

    You can remove another quart of oil with hand held pump via the tube in the oil fill cap. 964 oil change has three plugs to completely change oil I just drain two plugs about 8 quarts drained, you will need a couple of new crush washers or refurbish the old ones with 400 grit sandpaper. See this 964 forum by mojo747 from 5-27-2009 on oil change 964 or you can google DIY change 964 911 porsche this forum post will come up. I recommend getting the 964 enthusiast book. Also I use OEM oil filters because they are designed to handel the oil pressure since I have read that over the counter part store filters even the better ones can explode under the pressure. I add seafoam 100 miles before an oil change since it does an excellent job in reducing the crud that builds up in these motors. Good Luck! Toma
  2. Have same problem Convertible top control unit part number 911 618 313 01 Let us know what it was? Good Luck! Toma
  3. Hello a racing friend got me a 3.6L engine case that I will be using to build a pretty stock street motor. The case specs fine and ran fine but has previous damage in the bottom webbing area between 2/5 cylinders from a connecting rod failure. I want to repair four areas each less than 1/2 inch square with Alumaloy an aluminum alloy used to repair aluminum with just a propane torch (ie. reclose the blind tapped area for two head studds and 1/8 inch wide grinder disk notches left behind at the bottom of the area where cylinder barrel fits). I am concerned the hot spots of the air cooled 964 case are greater than the 728 degree melting point of Alumaloy which would cause a catastrophic failure of the motor. Anybody have experience using Alumaloy to repair 964 or 993 engine cases or what should I do if anything since the case ran fine as it is. Thanks! Toma
  4. Hello this is my first post so any feedback is appreciated! I have a new steering wheel from a 997, black with the rounded middle hub and want the airbag center section with the horn button. I prefer the rounded center hub steering wheel and hope to have it mounted in a 964. Any suggestions? Is it possible? What is the part number for the center airbag for the rounded hub? What will it cost? I am even interested in a deployed airbag since I probably can't make the darn bag functional in the older 1991 964. Oh yeah I would like to convert the steering column to an adjustable one. Maybe I should kill two birds with one stone replace the steering column with an adjustable one that will work with the 997 steering wheel. The part number for the rounded hub steering wheel is 997-347-804-40-F0A 997 Steering Wheel KOOL 997 Airbag Needed KOOLER NEW PORSCHE PANAMERICA sedan steering wheel KOOLEST Thanks toma8344 !!
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