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Timing setup for porsche 944s

Diagram for timing setup for porsche 944s

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Click on the link this site will have the manuals for Porsches http://www.cannell.co.uk/Manuals.htm

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My porsche 944s is not taking reverse or 1st gear


Does this problem only occur when the engine is running? If so you have a clutch problem, adjustment, control (linkage or hydraulic), or clutch failure.

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Am rebuilding the engine on my Porsche 944s 16v and cannot find details of the Cylinder Head Torque settings.


The torque angle tightening method is now valid for all engines of types 924S, 944, 944S and 944 Turbo including all earlier engines from start of 944 production. When making repairs, the following parts must be used:
Cylinder Head Gaskets
Part Number 944 104 374 14 - 924S, 944, 944S Part Number 951 104 374 01 - 944 Turbo only
Cylinder Head Nuts (12 mm high)
Part Number 999 076 028 02 - all types
Washers
Part Number 944 104 229 00 - all types
Tightening Specifications to Torque Angle Method
Tightening is done in 3 steps:
Step 1: 20 N-m (15 ft. lbs.) Step 2: 90 degrees (114 turn) Step 3: 90 degrees(1/4 turn) Important:
Sequencing must be kept for each step. Threads and bearing surfaces of nuts must be lightly lubricated with oil prior to installation. Washers must not turn while tightening. Create a reference mark if necessary.
Note:
The 12 mm high cylinder head nuts might protrude above the studs slightly on engines produced prior to Feb. 1986. In addition, new head nuts must be used at each repair.

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1987 Porsche 944s driver's side door won't open.


A small plastic retainer near the door handle often breaks. Can be accessed from inside the door panel. Cheap part, but pain in the a#% to replace.

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1987 Porsche 944 shifter issue


All the 944s have a loose shifter you can replace you shifter with a short throw shift kit . You can find them on ebay for about 70 bucks

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87' porsche 944 timing belt change and calibration. HELP!


Timing belts on 944s NEED to be changed every 30k miles. It can be a challenging job. I would recommend a shop. Balance belts, rollers and usually a water pump replacement is recommended at the same time. Cost, approximately $1400. Parts can be purchased cheap, but labor is 8-9 hrs.
If you decide to do it yourself you will need a specific timing belt tensioner gauge tool.
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i had the same problem. I sent the car to be checked out and turns out a hose under the engine had fallen out.

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