I loosened the console housing to check my door lock switch. Of course when i did that I managed to have the 6 wires pull out from the sunroof switch. I see Porsche was kind enough to cut 2 short,…Continue
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I am reluctantly placing my boy Gunther for sale. The price is $13,000 Exterior color is black with black interior. If interested just email me firstname.lastname@example.org or call 352-573-7487 I'm…Continue
Well, the 3M DP8005 seems to have given up the ghost. Somehow and I'm not sure how, the epoxy unbonded from the gas tank filler neck where I had a 1.5 inch crack and I'm right back to where I was. …Continue
My winter goal is to get my ac working properly again. I need to change the expansion valve and dryer. I have read in several places that Four Seasons was the OEM for the expansion valve. I know…Continue
"OK I figured it out so if anyone else ever needs it here is how it's wired on a 1995 at least. First, my switch doesn't have the nice picture of the roof and car. Somewhere in my car's life someone replaced it with a…"
I loosened the console housing to check my door lock switch. Of course when i did that I managed to have the 6 wires pull out from the sunroof switch. I see Porsche was kind enough to cut 2 short, medium and long but I don't know which side of the switch they go to and I don't want to short anything out. I can't find a diagram showing the colors, so does anyone know which colors go where? If it matters, mine is a '95.Thanks!See More
I am reluctantly placing my boy Gunther for sale. The price is $13,000 Exterior color is black with black interior. If interested just email me email@example.com or call 352-573-7487 I'm approx 70 miles north of Atlanta.See More
Well, the 3M DP8005 seems to have given up the ghost. Somehow and I'm not sure how, the epoxy unbonded from the gas tank filler neck where I had a 1.5 inch crack and I'm right back to where I was. Raw gas smell in the car. I'm calling 3M tomorrow to find out what went wrong. The oddest thing is this stuff is supposed to dry like steel and I peeled it off by hand. It held for over a year and is easily applied but I'm looking for a permanent fix and this stuff was the ONLY epoxy or sealant I…See More
"Sorry for not updating. Yes, it did work. The 3M product dries into what appears to be a million tiny bubbles that you can almost see through. I was worried it wouldn't be air tight. But it has worked fine and I can now…"
My winter goal is to get my ac working properly again. I need to change the expansion valve and dryer. I have read in several places that Four Seasons was the OEM for the expansion valve. I know that OEM is important for this part as aftermarket pieces can vary greatly in the pressures they work on. Does anyone know if Four Seasons is really the proper OEM manufacturer? I'm asking because the prices for this part varies from $30 to almost$200. There is no reason for an expansion valve to…See More
"That's probably why the fuse was missing. There's very little space between the contacts under the button. So, if there are any metal particles or the mechanism is broken it may complete the circuit. I'd check both buttons…"
The clock in my coupe runs a bit slow and falls behind over time. Any common issues involving this? Removing the clock and it's front cover was easy. I thought I'd use some canned air and then and a drop of oil but removing the clock from the housing is something I can't figure out how to do. It may be that the electrical connection at the rear outside if the housing has to be unsoldered the clock to be removed form the housing. Anyone attempt this before? Google has not helped…See More
My horn hasn't worked in the year and a half I've had the car. Last week I checked into it and found the fuse was missing. Easy fix I thought. Installed a fuse and both buttons on the steering wheel worked perfectly. The I backed out of the garage and as I turned the wheel the horn went off randomly. I assume the horn butyon are grounds that complete the circuit to make the horn sound. Why would turning the wheel make random completions of the circuit? Suggestions appreciated. I figure I have…See More
Hopefully this helps someone in the future. If anyone has questions just let me know. My car developed a wicked raw gas smell. Any time a window or the sunroof was opened beyond a crack it was awful. A lot of searching revealed a think crack in my coupe's fuel filler neck right where it exits the tank itself. I've put a few pictures here to give a decent view. The red arrows point to the crack but isn't really seen in the photo. The leak found, the next problem was how to repair it. The…See More
I thought I’d give an update on the leak in my ’95 968’s fuel tank. After a lot of searching and spilled fuel, I was able to locate the leak and I’m surprised it’s not more common of a problem. In any event, what has happened to my fuel tank is this. The flex hose from the external filler neck is what connects the outside filler neck to the fuel tank itself. The fuel tank has a neck that is about 3 inches long that sticks out from the tank itself. I have a 1.5” crack at the very base of…See More
How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very vital to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on:( firstname.lastname@example.org ) for the full details.
Its a small world... or maybe I have it wrong as this may not be the person I think it is. I receive emails on new members to 968net and your name came up.
I just spoke to a dear friend of mine John Forbes of Black Forest Racing in Denver NC who stated that you were looking at a 968 with the Corvette Engine out of Lake Norman NC. John said he built this car some time ago in Florida. His Christmas party is on Friday and I plan to attend business permitting and hope to see you there. I will drive my 1992 968 weather permitting. it is not a daily driver and I try to keep it dry and clean. Merry Christmas