Question about 1987 Porsche 924
I had a socalled porsche guru replace my timing belt now it wont start and when it does it just backfires and then dies. I am purchasing a 1987 Porshe 924 - I have had bad experience in the past with belts breaking in other newer cars so I feel that it is a must to replace the timing belt. How dificult is this job -- where can i get instructions?
The GURU Obviously made a bobo the Timing belt is probablly a few teeth off from the correct posission. -- IF you are Mechanicly inclined and Armed with a good memory this job is relitivly simple, but with 30 years Behind the wrench its easy for me to say . Email me and I can set you urp with Detailed Instructions email@example.com
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