Is there a forward facing child carseat for 1986 944 Porsche?
An infant seat (in which the infant lies on his or her back with his head toward the front of the vehicle) will fit behind the passenger seat provided that the passenger seat …is neither leaning back too far nor slid back too far. This coule make the passenger seat uncomfortable for a tall passenger.
the turbo was $29,500. the 944 was just under 20k for the 1981 model, so im guessing 22-24k for the base in '86
there is a leaver on the left had side of the car at the footwell. this is the hood release.
like any other car take out the old one, there is small holes on each corner of the front plate you push those in and it comes out, then disconnected.. unless there is the ri…ght harness on the radio you are putting in you must cat the wires and connect them together, u can use a double A battery to determine which speakers are located where. Remember to use good Isulating method so that you dont cause a shortcut.. good luck
It's under the covering in the trunk on the left side.
on early 944s - motor mounts, rear hatch power release, expensive timing belt replacement costs (essential), hard to find a clock that works, sunroof motor gear, and no cup ho…lders
Gotta be careful. With the key in the 'on' position (don't need to actually start the car), turn on the headlights so they pop up. Then, turn the key off so the lights t…urn off, but don't turn the knob back off, as they will pop back down. There is a screw at the bottom of the black assembly around the light itself. Remove the screw, and the black thing should pop off. Now, there are three screws you need to remove from the retaining ring around the light itself. One at the top, and two on either side at the bottom, evenly spaced. Remove these three, and make sure you don't accidentally take out the 2 aiming screws, or you will have to take it to a shop and have the headlights re-aligned so you don't blind people. Remove the retaining ring, and the headlight should basically just slide right out. Remove the connector from the back (the whole big bulb thing is the light, there's no little bulb like newer cars) and connect the new light. Fit the new light back it, there are 3 little recessed dips in the hole where the light goes, and 3 tabs on the light itself that fit right in. Make sure the light is rotated correctly, if it's upside down or something it wont illuminate the road properly. Now put the retainer ring back over the light, and screw it back in. Put the black plastic thing back on, make sure it slides into the proper borders with the light cover, and screw it back together. Repeat for the other side. Turn the key back to the "On" position, and make sure the lights work. All Done! By the way, the light type for a Porsche 944 is H6024, and any variant of H6024 (H6024ST, etc)
Can you be more specific?
Front or rear bumper? if its the front, all the lamps have to come out then remove the bolts from underneath.
WaY ToO expensive!, sell your NA 944 and buy a 944 turbo. Unless you find a COMPLETE 944 turbo engine with the mounts, turbo, the complete long block, the computer with electr…ic harness and all sensors, air filter and intake system, fuel distribution system... for some reason, the clutch housing is different too. You will even preferably have to convert your whole front end to the turbo style to provide a proper airflow to your intercooler, also to note, the turbo exhaust system is completely different (wastegate, catalytic converter side pipe, bigger muffler...). The 944 turbo have bigger brakes and there is a heat guard for the master cylinder
A total of 113,070 944s were made between 1982 and 1989, with 56,921 being exported to the United States.
Loosen the nuts on either side of the adjuster rod, then rotate the adjuster rod to pivot the PS pump. Note that one side of the adjuster rod is a reverse thread so that it sp…reads or closes the gap instead of just moving one direction of the other.
Its behind the rear wheel arch, gently jack up the car at the rear and the pump is located under the boot behind the wheel arch.
\n151 hp 1985.5 and on\nfirst models have slightly less around 5 or so hp
30,850 for the 944 s and slightly less for a stock 944
944 boxer? What is that?
Pull the hood release handle inside the vehicle.