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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.

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