Re: 1986 porsche 928 intake removal and replacement of...
You dont need to take off the intake manifold but the cold air intakes these unclip grab the convaluted tubing and pull it straight back out of the aircleaner then lift it up and un clip the bottom then pullit out of the intake snorkle
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Remove rear carpet. Remove spare tire in recessed tire compartment. There will be a small hatch with a plastic white lever that you have to swing open. Once the door is open, remove ground (black) first, then the positive red side. Clean terminals and also clean ground to rear hatch from battery.
1986 model has the bonnet release inside the footwell on the driver side. I'm referring to a right hand drive model, the level is on the right, and is black with a plastic housing to protect the carpet.
The safety catch after you've pulled the release is in the centre at the front of the bonnet. With your hand palm up put fingers in and under at about 45 degrees and you'll feel the lever which you need to lift while easing up the bonnet.
There is no dipstick on these transmissions and refilling must be done from beneath the vehicle on the side of the transmission.
You will need to remove the pan to drain the fluid.
In any event if you have one of these cars I suggest you join one of the Porsche 928 forums where you will get a wealth of helpful information as, I assume you know, these cars are very expensive to maintain properly.
Here is a useful link and covers the transmission fluid. I would not attempt this unless the car was on a hoist. http://porsche928forums.com/viewtopic.php?f=25&t=287