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911SC Heating.


porschenz

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My 1983 SC is missing the heater sensor that screws into the hoodlining between the sunvisors. (Part # 911 659 105 01) I think. I can not find a replacement anywhere. Does anyone have any ideas. Worst case I may have to fit the early model manual levers each side of the hand brake as the heater will not operate with the sensor missing.

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My 1983 SC is missing the heater sensor that screws into the hoodlining between the sunvisors. (Part # 911 659 105 01) I think. I can not find a replacement anywhere. Does anyone have any ideas. Worst case I may have to fit the early model manual levers each side of the hand brake as the heater will not operate with the sensor missing.

Are they not still available from Porsche. If not then perhaps a search for a second hand one. There are plenty of Porsche salvage breakers around. If not try the usual ebay or Stuttgart Exchange.

I would have thought a Porsche breaker would be your best bet though.....

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I got those levers on my '76 lol. Don't recall if I ever got any heat though! huh.gif

Haha - I know what you mean. If any one part of the system breaks down the whole system doesnt work well. Have you checked the flapper valves in the engine bay attached to the H/E's?

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My 1983 SC is missing the heater sensor that screws into the hoodlining between the sunvisors. (Part # 911 659 105 01) I think. I can not find a replacement anywhere. Does anyone have any ideas. Worst case I may have to fit the early model manual levers each side of the hand brake as the heater will not operate with the sensor missing.

I'm not familiar with the part you're referring to, could you post a pic as I can't remember there being a sensor located there for the heater.

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