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i am taking care of the shop of my father so i am learning 😅
2003 my bad i had not idea i made a search before but didnt find any info about seal there just the plug tubes..  there is a diagram or part number for order that?

its going to be a big work.. it is needed a special tool?


 

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1 hour ago, Ricaurter Pitti said:

i am taking care of the shop of my father so i am learning 😅
2003 my bad i had not idea i made a search before but didnt find any info about seal there just the plug tubes..  there is a diagram or part number for order that?

its going to be a big work.. it is needed a special tool?


 

 

Cam covers with metal plug tubes do have seals at their base, but changing them requires removing the cam cover, which requires both special tooling and some knowledge of the Porsche cam timing technology.

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thank you! so i have everything but not the experience. well do i have to put down the engine in order to remove the cam cover?
did you know where i can get the info to use the tool correctly?


 

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59 minutes ago, Ricaurter Pitti said:

thank you! so i have everything but not the experience. well do i have to put down the engine in order to remove the cam cover?
did you know where i can get the info to use the tool correctly?


 

 

The engine needs to be lowered down enough to gain access, or just dropped out completely.  As for how to use the tool, I would search for online DIY articles, or look for a copy of the factory service manual for the car.

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