911 (1974 - 1989)

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Information on the early 1974 - 1989 911's



Specifications TSBs, Parts Guides Torque Specifications
Assembly Drawings Shop Manual Height and alignment specifications
Electrical Diagrams VIN Decoder
Owner Manual Reference Pictures Option Codes
Common Part Numbers

The Basics

Car Tour Jacking the car Programming the remote

Maintenance - Mechanical

911 Maintenance Schedule Changing the engine oil Transmission oil change
Brake Flush and bleeding Brake Pad and Rotor Service
Distributor/Caps/Rotors Spark Plug Change
Air Filter Fuel Filter Belts
Fuel Injectors Clutch Slave Cylinder Flush

Component Procedures

Dropping the engine Clutch Replacement
Alternator Replacement Master Brake Cylinder Replacement Caliper Rebuild
Front Suspension Replacement Rear Suspension Replacement Rear Wheel Bearings
Steering Rack Replacement Hydraulic Lifter Replacement Starter Replacement
Ignition Wire Replacement Clutch Pedal Service and hanging problem Changing the Clutch Kinematic Lever
Fan Belt Sensor Air Conditioning Diagnostics
A/C Evaporator Replace Oil Cooler Fan Changing the Muffler
Muffler Upgrade Horn Repair

Oil Leaks

Valve Covers Chain Covers
Rear Main Seal

Maintenance - Body

Hood Shock Struts Door Check Straps Reparing the 3rd Brake Light
911 - Cab top motor replacement and alignment Replacing a Spoiler Wall Cleaning Headlights
Rubber Seals and Felts Front Bumper Rear Bumper
Rear Spoiler Gearbox Rear Spoiler Grill Replacment Filling the Bumperettes

Maintenance - Interior

Seats Power Seat Drive Removing the door panel
Door Panels Speakers Radio
Clock Repair

Upgrades and the slippery slope

Suspension Upgrades and Installation RS Motor Mounts Front Protection Bar

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