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Andrew

944 Door Panels

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1988 Interior door panels are not tightly fastened to the door. I recall a mechanic who disassembled the doors on a 928 and added some clips. Could I do that to a 944? How much work is involved? Thank you!

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you need to see if all the clips are on the panel that should be, also that all the screws are installed. where is it loose?

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Seems that the screws have vibrated loose. One of the 2 bolts under the arm rest is missing. Do you have the specs on the bolt for a replacement? Perhaps a dab of Lock Tite is in order. Thank you!

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Seems that the screws have vibrated loose.  One of the 2 bolts under the arm rest is missing.  Do you have the specs on the bolt for a replacement?  Perhaps a dab of Lock Tite is in order.  Thank you!

The copy of the parts list I have shows 3 self tapping screws (per side) for the armrest. If that is what you mean they are 4.8 x 16. 900 143 046 02 self tapping screw and retail for $0.29 each.

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if the door panels have been off a lot the holes in the door may be hogged out. an oversize screw may be in order

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I had the same problem with my 924S, the screws kept vibrating loose. A little loc-tite on the screws and it has been fine since.

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