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Trevar

Camshaft tool for 2002 996 Targa

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Looking to buy the proper camshaft timing tool and holding tool. Thanks for the help in advance.

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This is what Pelican parts emailed me yesterday regarding my 2002 M96 Porsche 911

Trevar,

I do not list the camshaft tools for your vehicle at this time.

Thank you for contacting us.

Best regards,


Wes Huetten | Parts Specialist | Pelican Parts Inc.
1600 240th Street   |  Harbor City, CA 90710  |  USA
Office:  310-626-8765  | Fax:  310-626-8764  
Email: whuetten@pelicanparts.com

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Thank you all for your help, what is different about my M96.03? Vertex shows one tool for my year and another site says will not work on M96.03 I believe it’s not the 997 tool. Can I buy the cam lock/holder by itself?

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Forget about what models they say. All you need are the tools in my posts above for your engine.

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i would go with what Ahsai says.  No  one I know has more experience on the internals of the 996 911 except for maybe Jake at Flat Six. :biggrin:

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Can we buy just the van holders out of that kit you sent a link to Ahsai? I am ordering the tools today. Thank you 

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I don't think so. Basically you need to buy both kits to get what you need for cam timing. The extra tools that you don't need are for 3.4/3.6 engine assembly and 3.4 engine cam timing.

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