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New Help with Updated clutch release lever

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I got the parts in for the updated version of the clutch release lever and based on some pics that I've seen thru this site, I'm not sure I've got all the right parts. I'm not sure if the metal clip that I have is correct, if so, I'm struggling with how the assy goes together. Any help would be much appreciated. See pic below for details.

Thanks

Keith

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I got the parts in for the updated version of the clutch release lever and based on some pics that I've seen thru this site, I'm not sure I've got all the right parts. I'm not sure if the metal clip that I have is correct, if so, I'm struggling with how the assy goes together. Any help would be much appreciated. See pic below for details.

Thanks

Keith

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Anybody???... In talking with Sunset, it seems all of the part numbers are correct, but the picture they sent me from the PET shows a different clamp that what I have...

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I got the parts in for the updated version of the clutch release lever and based on some pics that I've seen thru this site, I'm not sure I've got all the right parts. I'm not sure if the metal clip that I have is correct, if so, I'm struggling with how the assy goes together. Any help would be much appreciated. See pic below for details.

Thanks

Keith

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Anybody???... In talking with Sunset, it seems all of the part numbers are correct, but the picture they sent me from the PET shows a different clamp that what I have...

Mine is a 2000 year 996 but, check out site when I did mine, it has pictures but not much explanation. I did not like the way they did the clip either but modified to where I felt it would stay on. After installing parts on the lever it just pushes on. Hope this helps.

http://www.webbspot.com/porsche/html/tranny-eng.html

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I got the parts in for the updated version of the clutch release lever and based on some pics that I've seen thru this site, I'm not sure I've got all the right parts. I'm not sure if the metal clip that I have is correct, if so, I'm struggling with how the assy goes together. Any help would be much appreciated. See pic below for details.

Thanks

Keith

post-26131-1211044023_thumb.jpg

Anybody???... In talking with Sunset, it seems all of the part numbers are correct, but the picture they sent me from the PET shows a different clamp that what I have...

Mine is a 2000 year 996 but, check out site when I did mine, it has pictures but not much explanation. I did not like the way they did the clip either but modified to where I felt it would stay on. After installing parts on the lever it just pushes on. Hope this helps.

http://www.webbspot.com/porsche/html/tranny-eng.html

Mother,

Thanks for the input, I had already looked at your pics which is part of the reason why I feel I have the wrong clamp. The one that you show is the correct part (not sure what you had to modify).

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I got the parts in for the updated version of the clutch release lever and based on some pics that I've seen thru this site, I'm not sure I've got all the right parts. I'm not sure if the metal clip that I have is correct, if so, I'm struggling with how the assy goes together. Any help would be much appreciated. See pic below for details.

Thanks

Keith

post-26131-1211044023_thumb.jpg

Anybody???... In talking with Sunset, it seems all of the part numbers are correct, but the picture they sent me from the PET shows a different clamp that what I have...

Mine is a 2000 year 996 but, check out site when I did mine, it has pictures but not much explanation. I did not like the way they did the clip either but modified to where I felt it would stay on. After installing parts on the lever it just pushes on. Hope this helps.

http://www.webbspot.com/porsche/html/tranny-eng.html

Mother,

Thanks for the input, I had already looked at your pics which is part of the reason why I feel I have the wrong clamp. The one that you show is the correct part (not sure what you had to modify).

You are right the clip seems wrong I cannot see how yours even holds the rubber piece in place, I bent my clip (hooked ends down) and around so it could not slip out or off of the grooved area on the arm. The rubber bushing kept wanting to push the clip off was the problem. If you have a dealer nearby take it to them to have a look or even use the older style clip. It is a bad design to me adding a clip when one is not needed to hold the rubber in place. My 2 cents. Let us know what you find out. Edited by Mother

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Got the right part in...turned out the part that I originally received was in the correct bag (right part number on the bag, just the wrong part). The clip on the right in the picture below is the wrong one...no clue what that ones for...

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The complete assembly

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And my plans for this 3 day weekend include:

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Got the right part in...turned out the part that I originally received was in the correct bag (right part number on the bag, just the wrong part). The clip on the right in the picture below is the wrong one...no clue what that ones for...

And my plans for this 3 day weekend include:

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New Porsche ear ring I guess. Great job and nice pictures also. GL Edited by Mother

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