Question about 1983 Porsche 911
I need rear seatbelts for my kids. I can purchase them locally but not sure
where to find the hole under the carpet. I think I can feel them but don't want to make a hole in the wrong place.
I can't seem to find a tech manual anywhere!!!
Can you please provide advice to email@example.com
Hi Rick, I think you should talk to your local porsche dealer and ask them for a diagram of the structure of the vehicle and then you can figure out where to fix the belt. Did you buy a genuine seat belt or an after market one?
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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