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STARTER WONT ENGAGE 911 - 2007 Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe

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  • Mike Caruso
    Mike Caruso Feb 22, 2012

    07 911 TURBO STARTER WONT ENGAGE UNLESS CLUTCH PEDAL IS PUMPED 8 OR 9 TIMES, BEFORE IT CATCHES. SEEMS LIKE A SWITCH ADJUSTMENT OF SOME SORT

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This sound to me like the bendix inside the starter motor is not engaging.
It is not really a user servisable part but can be replaced for not too much money. Unfortunatly the starter motor has to come out for the repair to be done.

Posted on Feb 22, 2012

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