I have purchased my 944 a year ago and spent so much money I have decided to spend a little bit more on a full Body respray. Can some one help me to find rear panels because my local Porsche dealer said their is no such product. Cheers Peter
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It would depend on what the exhaust numbers are. Too much fuel, not enough air, too much oil burning, etc. Generally speaking, you would need to have access to a 4 gas analyzer to know if the repairs improve the numbers to the point of passing. Otherwise, you could spend a set amount of money on tuneup work and other fuel related repairs if there is a set limit of money spent.
You're wasting both time and money on a vehicle that is not worth the $$ you would have to spend to repair it - if you can at all. Junkyard, dude. Sorry. I replaced the leaf springs and hangers on a '03 Silverado several years ago - $1,000. I did it because I only paid $2,500 for the truck, which was otherwise OK.
I quit the Chrysler dealership aroung 2001, so I am not familiar with that model, however dodge/Chrysler did have issues with sway-bar links/ball joints/tie rods over the years. your clunking could be from any of these items or from the upper strut swivel plates. hard to tell without my assometer in it.
ours would also rev up and down,along with the stalling.had the wiring harness that runs on top of the engine replaced,took care of it.now we get to do the upper control arms,but we have 115k on the car now
I had that problem with my ford fairlane (Australian Ford) there is a little compressor that pumps the air up when you turn the ignition on, it is located under the front right guard looking from inside the car.
I was told to remove the air shocks in the rear and replace them with air shocks that you pump up at the garage as the air line from the shocks go to a valve in the boot.
I did this and never had another problem with the rear suspension but I had heaps more problems with the car over a 4 year period and decided to sell it as it was never ending, I have never bought another ford since and never will
Hope this helps you
Its a little time consuming,pretty straight forward. I would send the job out to a body shop . They do this in there sleep and if after you remove the door panel you determine that the regulator is rotted or missing parts , your not waiting around for days with a busted window for your parts to come in. Money well spent. especially if your vandalized or it rains( not to mention the glass window will cut you if your not careful.) Also the sheet metal fram arond this window claims skin even from a pro.