Question about 1982 Porsche 911
Please decode my Porsche 911 motor.thanks steve
I have been having trouble getting information but one thing I have found out is that the number is 62C1494. So if that helps anyone. I went on line to Porsche engine numbers and that is where I found that in a forum section but nothing more detailed than that
Posted on Jun 17, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
to all ... it is easy..
position the(window) switch so the one (single-male )connector is up.
To this connector goes the split red-black stripe wire -the other end goes to the bottom left.Bottom right is the brown wire.
Middle wires are blue with white and black stripes .Position them so the window goes up correctly when you use the switch.
that is all ,now you can plug the switch back to the panel...
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
It could be oil pres switch under the air flow meter,
most likely it is the thermostat o ring.It is an insert on the top of the engine.
You will need to remove the air flow meter from the with complete air filter first.
Than i recoment to remove breather hose (1clamp) on it.That is the rubber hose you will see there.
Than 10mm socket and an extension to remove sensor bracket ,the is the wire you will see there which goes across the Thermostat insert.In the same time you can see if the oil press.switch is wet-if yes replace it-.)
Remove the 2 nuts and washers,remove the thermostat insert and check the o ring most likely it is very hard ..replace..
Check as well the breather cover it self(it is the alumin.unit you have taken the breather hose from,this gasket leaks too...
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
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