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Porsche Option Codes
Author: Skip Code Description 009 3 speed sportomatic transmission 018 Sport steering wheel with elevated hub 020 Speedometer with 2 scales KP
Porsche Chronology
Some model history that may help with shopping our site  Model  Year  Engine  Note  356  55-65      911  
Porsche Reference Material
Author: Skip Click the "buy now" links to visit the Paragon Bookstore   Parts and Tech Ref Catalogs: Genuine Porsche Parts Catalog CD buy now
AC Delete
Author: Skip I recently purchased the 944 A/C Delete kit from Jason Burkett at Paragon Products (Product Code: PP944.ACDEL.KIT1). The kit consists of the aluminum factory alternator mounting br
Accusump Installation
Author: Skip I know of few topics that elicit such dismissive and strongly held opinions as that of how to eliminate the cause of #2 rod bearing failure in 944 engines. Some builders claim that
Clutch Replacement - Part One
Author: Skip The following account explains in detail the procedure of changing a clutch in a 944/951. It also contains a list of tools, chemicals, parts and the sources where to find them. The
Control Arm Bushing Upgrade - Weltmeister
Author: Skip Weltmeister has produced several aftermarket solutions to Porsche suspensions for many years.  This bushing kit is a replacement for the original equipment rubb
Control Arm, Front - Info
Author: Skip 924 mid 82 and older - stamped steel - VW/Audi part# 477.407.153F (left & right) 924 mid 82 and later, 924S, 944 83-85.1 - stamped steel - VW/Audi part# 171.407.153D &nbs
KLA Boxster Top Fix
Author: Skip Boxster Lift Rod End Replacement Instructions: Raise the tonneau cover to an upright position.     This will be just before the top starts to pull back.
Dash Replacement
Introduction Replacing the dash on a late model, 85.5 and newer Porsche 944, is not a difficult task.   It is very time consuming and meticulous.   Patience is necessary.   An ex
Koni Strut Conversion - 8641-1414S for late 944, 968
Author: Skip Koni sealed strut insert conversion (8641-1414S) Description Image Parts : Koni 8641-1414S Sport Struts - all conversion and instructions parts included.
Motor Mount Replacement
Author: Skip Motor Mount Choices for the 944. Diagnosis: Motor mounts are designed to absorb vibration from the 944's water-cooled engine.  Here are some warning signs that yours may
Rear Ride Height Adjustment
Porsche 924/944/968 rear ride height can be lowered (in most cases) by approximately " using the following procedure. This adjustment was originally designed for factory ride height settings across
Rear Wheel Bearing Replacement - late 944, 968
  Discussion :   This procedure will describe the removal and subsequent installation of rear wheel bearings on a Porsche 944  with aluminum trailing arms (1985.5 & later)
Transaxle Fluid Change
  Easier than an oil change!   The Factory Service Manual recommends this action every 36,000 miles or 3 years and suggests you use "hypoid transmission oil SAE 75W90 to API Class G
Front Shock Replacement
Author: Skip The 911, 914 and some 944s featured a rebuildable front McPherson Strut. Instead of having to replace the entire strut unit, you will be able to merely replace the strut insert tha
OXS light reset
OXS light reset < 911 < Main Page OXS light reset Author: Skip For those 911's equipped with the "OXS" warning lamp, you can reset or disable this on your own. Here's how: - the OXS lam
What is the Largest Wheel and Tire Combination I can get under my stock 914 fenders?
Author: Skip One of the most commonly asked questions is, How much tire can I get under these fenders? Well the 914 is not the most exact car ever built, and wheel well space varies a lot from
Adjustable Ride Height Kit - Paragon
  Items Included: 2x - Upper Spring Perch 2x - Koni Competition Bump Rubber 2x - Suspension Spring 2x - Aluminum Threaded Collar 2x - Lower Spring Perch 2x - O-ring
Alternator Replacement
Author: Skip The alternator is located in the driver's side engine compartment, under the air-flow meter (AFM), in front of the Turbo unit, and on top of the A/C compressor looking down into