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About jtmodels911sc

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    westtown ny
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    1980 Porsche 911sc
  1. new problem now, just installed a new directional switch on my 80 911sc, its not working, any reason why? could it be the multi purpose relay, or the turn signal/hazard flasher relay, the hazard lights are green and stay on but don't flash, it also makes like a little faint buzzing sound? would love some feedback on this, thanks!
  2. I hope so keeping my fingers crossed!! thanks
  3. i just got a 1980 911 sc, hasn't really been driven last 2 years, my mechanic says theres a little miss, he checked one cylinder the compress test was about 90lbs, little bit dirty 2 plugs, cleaned them, he told me get fuel injection cleaner put that in with the little bit of gas that's in there, gas prob stale, not sure how long its been in there, run it until its almost empty then fill w high test. he said if it doesn't clear itself, I would have to bring back and do a full compression test on all cylinders and fig out whats goin on,What do you guys think any opnions or info ? thanks
  4. just wanted your thoughts on getting front passenger side bearings and auto zone has timpkins and advanced auto parts have national (mook)just want to know which ones are better or either are not good. Car is 1980 911sc .Thanks
  5. I need to get front p/s wheel bearings for my 911 sc, no time to get them from pelican its in the shop today getting done tom, any suggestions on which brand to use, timkens national(mook), or skf, thanks
  6. I spoke w the owner today he used 5w 30 I believe mobil 1 synthetic, so I guess ill stick w that. im in ny coler temps but mainly goint o be driving it from march to nov.
  7. I just called up the Porsche dealership and they use 0 40 Mobil 1 synthetic. I told him alot of people use 20. 50 he said he's never really heard of people using that. Akot of people in the forums say 20 50 so lil confused now
  8. hi just got a 1980 911sc, I need to get a oil change just wanted to know whats good oil for the car, 20 /50 reg oil? synthetic, a blend? car has 130000 miles I live in ny but I would only be driving the car from march -November probably. mostly above 50 degrees, also what oil filter? thanks again any feedback would be appreciated! brad penn, Castrol, mobil one?
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