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Clayton

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  • 3 weeks later...

On 928s, the mantra is "relay, relay, relay." This forum is very good for 986/996, but I have seen few 928 posts here. I owned a 928 for three years and used Rennlist.org's email feature for 928 digest emails each day as well as the web fora on Rennlist to discuss problems with my old 928.

I think it is fabulous that this forum has a subforum for 928s and I check here from time to time for nostalgia purposes, but I would suggest you use all resources available to you including rennlist.org.

Wally Plumley, Jim Bailey, Susan Thomas, et al (they work with parts dealers but are often willing to lend info to the 928 "community").

If you have a 928 already, you probably know this, but just in case . . .

:drive:

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I think it is fabulous that this forum has a subforum for 928s and I check here from time to time for nostalgia purposes, but I would suggest you use all resources available to you including rennlist.org.

:drive:

The 928 subforum has only been up for a few months - not like the longstanding 986 996 forums.

If you 928 guys work at it, you should be able to catch up to the numbers of posts on the Carrera GT forum :P

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  • 4 years later...

Hello. I'm brand new to this forum, and still learning the "ins & outs" of my 83 928S, but it sounds like I've got the exact problem "Clayton" had with his. I was driving it, and it all of a sudden acted like there was not fuel...stalled out and hasn't started since. My mechanic lives hours away and hasn't been able to come over, but he said the thought it was a "relay". Sadly, I'm not sure where to find the "relay", how to find an new one or how to replace it. I'm new at this.

Can anyone please provide some advice? Is there a website with a diagram of the "relays"? Where's the best place to buy a new one? How can I be sure that's what it is?

Thanks very much. Glad I found this forum!

-J

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