Question about 1984 Porsche 944
I have a 1984 Porsche 944. I just replaced the clutch and now after a day or so of driving the clutch starts to slip. I can fix the problem but only for a day or so by bleeding the hydraulic lines, there seams to be some residual pressure left behind in the lines when I am having the problem because when I crack the bleeder valve on the slave cylinder it squirts out some fluid. For some reason it seams that the slave cylinder is not returning all the way when the clutch pedal is released so it is not allowing the clutch plate to fully engage. Do you have any ideas what the problem might be?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a gear in the speedo that breaks. This is plastic gear on a metal shaft. The last fix I did was to remove speedo and open it up. I super glued the cracked gear to the shaft because I was unable to find a new one. It worked again with no future problems. I hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
look, if the clutch pedal is to the floor, there are about 3 different things that could be wrong. First check brake fluid to make sure full, see if there is any leakage under steering wheel and below transmission. Next could be the slave cylinder, it could be faulty or not bled right. Last it could be the master cylinder. If when you bleed the slave cylinder and have no movement in the arm inside the transmission then most likely the master cylinder is broken. Look under the steering wheel and see if everything looks entact. Watch the movement of the pedal and see if movement looks normal and see if fully attached. Good luck. Check www.clarks-garage.com for any problem in which you want to fix yourself. Great free site.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
There are three buttons, let's call them 1, 2, and 3, from left to right.
A. 12 AM, PM or 24.00 h
With the clock in the time readout mode, keep
button (2) depressed for 4 seconds -12 AM, PM
or 24.00 flashing. After pushing button (1), either
a 12-hour (AM + PM) or a 24-hour setting
program can be selected. If you only want to
change the display mode, push button (3). The
clock then returns to its normal timekeeping
Push button (2) a second time - hour display
flashes. Set hour by pushing button (1). After
pushing button (3)*, the clock returns to the time
readout mode with new hour setting.
Push button (2) once more - minute display
flashes. Set minute by pushing button (1). Upon
pushing button (3)*, the clock is started -
accurate to within 1 second.
Stop watch function
The stop watch can only be set in motion if the
clock is in its normal timekeeping mode and not
during setting operations.
A. Push button (3) - 00:00 display appears;
B. Push button (1) - stop watch is on;
C. Push button (1) a second time - watch stops.
(Additional times can be added by pushing button
(1) again - stop watch keeps running. Push button
(1) once more to stop timing.)
D. Push button (2) - 00:00 display appears;
E. Push button (3) - normal timekeeping mode.
If button (3) is pushed during operation A and
B, the setting procedure must be restarted
(push button (2)).
Posted on May 02, 2009
Ck for return spring at clutch lever. Check to see if spring pulls back slave cylinder rod by havung someone push the clutch pedal down and release as you watch it function below. Then open bleeder at slave and check for residual pressure. The rod at the master clutch cylinder may be adjustable, shortenten it so the cylinder is fully relealeased with little to no pedal pressure. Good Luck
Posted on May 05, 2009
Just curious, why would you want to do that? goto www.clarks-garage.com, that will show you how to remove just about anything from the 944, in detail. Good luck
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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