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Hi everyone. We have a 1982 Kremer built 930 that we have absolutely no documentation about. Does anyone out there know what differentiates a Kremer 930 from a regular 930? The engine is about to be rebuilt (broken rocker, detonation evidence on all pistons, broken piston rings, crack in head around valve guide and a big end that wasn't going to last much longer) and I'm wondering if anyone can point me in the right direction for sourcing parts and information. Someone has done work on the engne at some stage and removed the turbo oil scavenge pump and fittings so we're looking for that system (including cam/cams) as well. Any help would be most appreciated.
I put a 964 engine in a 914 Porsche a few years ago. It has always run great until recently. It starts and idles fine but during acceleration (as the accelerator pedal is depressed) it just goes flat. It misfires as if the fuel delivery has been shutoff. If I depress the clutch while holding the throttle open the engine just continues to misfire (rpm does not increase). If I back out of the throttle it will run fine again. Fuel pressure appears to be OK and I have tested the MAF sensor per several videos on YouTube and can not find the problem. Anyone have any ideas / suggestions?
I removed my 1990 964 C4 motor and transmission. Replaced clutch, cold air kit, plugs etc. Re-installed, all went smoothly. Hit the key and no start..cranks and cranks but start. after investigation.. no power at fuse 20 thru 23 and 30 thru 34.. I have checked and rechecked and it doesn't make sense to me what am I missing?
By Jennifer LeAnn Hooten
My 996 C4 was totaled - I have a loan on it and I can buy back the totaled car but trust me, it would be for parts only - so I am thinking I will take the stuff off of it I know I can use - radio, climate module etc.
This is prospective new car:http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=390629769073#ht_6207wt_1167
My car had the 3.4 engine which got all kinds of bad press (and hence I was able to afford it) Is the 3.6 engine also an IMS failure possibility - I ask bc the salesman says the is a "seepage" at the IMS/or Main Seal. This car was a CPO and the IMS bearing and was replaced as a part of warranty work in 2008.
So, that being said, why would it be leaking again? I had no one single drop of oil come from my car - so I don't like the sound of it - but the salesman is sending over the service records and has all documentation. Thoughts?
Also def want to get a PPI - anyone know of someone who I can call in the the Chicago area that reputable?