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How to Fix a Common Idle Issue On Air-Cooled Porsche 911s

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If your engine stalls or has trouble idling when you remove the oil cap to check your oil level, one of the easiest parts to check, and the first you should start with is the oil breather restrictor....

How To Replace The Accelerator Pedal On An Air-Cooled Porsche 911

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Older Porsches, specifically the air-cooled models before 1989, have a plastic accelerator pedal that tends to fail in a surprising (and frightening) way. By replacing your old accelerator pedal ...

How to Replace The Hard Oil Cooler Lines On An Air-Cooled Porsche 911

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Many air-cooled Porsche 911s have hard oil lines that have been crushed as a result of being jacked or lifted improperly. If this has happened to your car, this guide will help you replace your ...

How to Replace The Rear Oil Cooler Lines On An Air-Cooled Porsche 911

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Are you finding oil drips underneath your car every time you park? By replacing your rear oil lines, you eliminate one of the most common sources of oil leaks on your air-cooled Porsche....

How To Replace The Fuel Filter, Tank Screen, And Fuel Level Sensor On An Air-Cooled Porsche 911

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If you have a car that's been sitting for an extended period with old gas in it, or if it simply has high mileage, some of your fuel system components may be clogged with an excess of contaminants ...

How to Replace the Oil Tank Level Sensor On An Air-Cooled Porsche 911

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If your Porsche 911 has an erratic or non-functioning oil level gauge, that typically means that it's time to replace your oil level sensor inside the oil tank. Requiring no special tools and roughly ...

How To Rebuild The Pedal Cluster On An Air-Cooled Porsche 911

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If you are experiencing issues such as crunching into gear or inaccurate braking or throttle inputs, it may be time to rebuild your pedal cluster. While the procedure isn't difficult, it involves ...

How To Change The Brake Master Cylinder On An Air-Cooled Porsche 911

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If you mysteriously find brake fluid in the front trunk or around the pedals of your Porsche 911, it may be time to replace your brake master cylinder....

How To Change The Brake Lines On An Air-Cooled Porsche 911

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All Porsche 911s have excellent brakes from the factory, however, that performance degrades with age, especially if not cared for properly. Even the newest model air-cooled Porsche 911 is at least 20 ...

How To Change The Fuel Pump On An Air-Cooled Porsche 911

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If your engine is having problems running, and your diagnosis includes low fuel pressure and/or abnormally loud engine bay noises, it may be time for a new fuel pump....

How To Change The Hood & Deck Lid Shocks On An Air-Cooled Porsche 911

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Hey you, stop propping your hood or deck lid with a stick. Replace those tired shocks once and for all with this short DIY....

How To Change The Engine Oil On An Air-Cooled Porsche 911

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The air-cooled Porsche 911 is also an oil-cooled machine. A large cooling fan blows air over the cylinders and heads to provide some direct air-cooling, but a big portion of the overall cooling comes ...

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