Question about 1991 Porsche 944
I replaced the slave cylinder and the master cylinder, gear shifts fine until the car gets hot.Please advice on what else to do.
The clutch is fine,if it was bad it wouldn't work period. The hotness probably doesn't matter either. Is the flywheel stock or machined? The distance to the flywheel will be greatly reduced if machined. On a Porche,always use a new one. You can add washers or whatever to give it a little more push if you already machined the flywheel. That should fix the problem.As far as the last dude said, there's no way to put a clutch in that fast. You need to disassemble the entire drive line to replace it. Special tools are required.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
Replace the clutch ,its easy on this model last one i done took all of 20 mins to dismantle ,an hour and a half to go and get clutch including stop for coffee and 30 mins to re -assemble and dont forget to use copper ease grease on the spigot shaft
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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