Question about 1984 Porsche 944
Sounds like a fuel filter problem, or fuel pump. Also have you ever had the injectors checked? I had the problem you've described and found both the fuel filter needed replaced, and the injectors cleaned and adjusted.
Posted on Apr 26, 2014
Testimonial: "Maybe. Still driving it.Only breaks down when the daughter drives it. i have driven it for two weeks now and it starts every time. Figured i would drive it till it quits so i can fix it."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, You need to get your timing belt checked. Dont attempt to start the engine until your timing pullys are reset because if your cam is set wrong it WILL cause valve damage.If it is allready correctly set then i suggest you test the compresion in case damage was caused when belt was fitted. Hope all works out ok 4 you.All the best.Phil
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
SOURCE: 1984 PORSCHE 944
not alot of info. could be many things. gas not in the fuel rail, bad fuel pump, bad battery (even if it turns, it could be bad), blown engine. Good Luck
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
What do you mean by bad? Does it measure a different resistance.
Here is the thing on coils, I do not understand why they are not made differently, but
coils are to be run at a lower voltage, often. some like older cars, no more than 8 volts....Think about it...That is a LOT of resistance to scrub down to 8 volts, hello? the system is 13.8 to 14.9 volts NORMAL.....
But I digress.
These resistors fail and the amount that they should do, they cannot do.
One thing that I do as a diagnostic test is to buy a coil, any coil with an INTERNAL resistor. So, I can put full sysytem voltage to it....If it lasts, investigate the viotage available at the coil.
Posted on Sep 13, 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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