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Another one to add to the list of jobs...
The passenger side wiper which has a double linkage and double shaft, one of the shaft metal bush is cracked and the wiper doesn't work correctly. The shaft spins inside the wiper arm and relies on the other part of the linkage and shaft to make the passenger wiper sweep in a fashion.
So I'm looking and thinking about a cost effective Fix for the infrequent bit of rain we get here.
1. make another bush machine shop job
2. Make a home made bush out of aluminium can, seen this done before.
3. Drill and tap and then screw through the arm and into the shaft to lock all components together.
Anyone had this issues and fixed it?
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I need some help with this. I wanted to replace all 4 corners with EBC pads and rotors but what I found out is my car has 360mm rotors. There is a large selection of 350mm and 380mm rotors but the 360mm rotors are hard to come by in a aftermarket performance series brake rotor.
Does anyone have any experience with this and what products did they wind up purchasing.
Thank in advance for any suggestions
hello , i want to replace the brake pads on front and rear of my Cayenne 958 diesel 6/2012
Whit the black calipers , i have already order the parts , but i have some questions ,
The front calipers bolted whit to big bolts part number WHT 004 571 they told me to renew them to , but how tight do a have to fastened these bolts in newton .
also the rear main caliper bolts needs to be replaced part number N 911 837 01 how tight must these ?
but i cant find out how to chance those rear pads , the car have also electronic parking brakes
but someone tels me that the car needs on the diagnose computer to chanche the rear pads (aka VW ) , but i find this strange ,
i tested wit a piece of paper between pad and disc and activate the parking brake result the paper was not holding tight between pad and disc and feld down.
because of this i think there are internal brake shoes inside the disc is this correct ?
any technical help whil be helpful thanks in advance .
or any exploded view .pdf
part numbers :
front pads 958 351 939 , warn contact 958 612 356 00 , caliper clips 970 351 959 00
Bolt front caliper WHT 004 571 ,
Rear Pads 958 352 939 00 , bolt N 911 837 01 , caliper clips 7PP 615 269 , warn contact 958 612 365 50
Need your help again guys. I’ve got this weird problem whereby I am unable to open the front passenger side door (UK based car) using the external door handle. However I am able to open it using the interior handle.
I’ve got access to an inspection camera which I was able to feed inside the door (after removing the grommet) and the main mechanism (supporting bow handle > http://www.design911.com/Supporting-Bow-Door-Handle-Porsche-955-Cayenne/prod7182/ ) appears to move freely when I pull either the interior or exterior door handles. This leads me to believe that it may be an electrical problem rather than mechanical?
Thanks to this website I was able to find a guide on how to remove the interior door card (http://www.renntech.org/forums/topic/32744-door-panel-removal/ ) but before I attempt this I want to make sure that it’s not some thing simple or a setting that I’ve overlooked? Has anyone else experienced a similar problem and if so how did you resolve it?
BTW I have a Key-less Entry System on my vehicle.
Thanks in advance and I hope you can help me.