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The number on my porsche 911 motor is*6291494*

Can you help me decode this it is an 80 something 911 motor

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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..
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