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Where to get a Clutch Pedal Return Spring

I'm in need of that Spring so if you guys know where I can get a new or used one please let me know. I've called a few places already and our host doesn't have it and so far, no luck.
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Old 10-02-2008, 03:13 PM
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If your talking about this one, it is NLA every where I checked.

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That's it! So now what? Just live with a heavier clutch pedal? Has anyone figured out another option?
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If your clutch is heavy, I think that has more to do with your Omega spring at the transmission. Providing itís nothing internal with the transmission.

If your spring pictured below is in one piece, it should be good to go?
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Maybe the heavier thing is just mental. Let me live with it a little while and it'll probably go un-noticed. It engages just fine like always. Maybe I'll just forget about it then.
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Hey there WCC,
Mine snapped also, found another Porsche spring that works perfectly and is still available. The new one does not look exactly the same, it's just a 1 piece affair, but all it needs to do is work...right!
I will look up my receipt when I get home tonight and see if it has the part number listed. I think I also kept the broken one and put it in the bag the new one came in. Not 100% sure though, I will do my best and blast another message to this thread tonight.
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Hey WCC,
Sorry man, looked everywhere, can not come up with the PN#.
Have your friendly parts guy/shop look for a 1 piece spring that is the same overall size & length. The one I now have is bright blue in color and ran me about $30. I know my guy did a cross reference with the Porsche parts book, please don't quote me on this, but I think it was listed for a 1987-1989 930. And yes it is not the adjustable 3 piece affair, but it does fit & it does work great. It was however, a real ***** to put on, that's where the 3 piece adjustable one, might have been easier to install. Best of luck.
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I've heard of people succesfully welding the spring back together if it's broken. and putting two of them on can help a real heavy clutch.
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full quack - Thanks for checking for me. A friend of mine suggested a tractor shop just trying to match size and length. The only problem with that is I only found one piece of it.
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Have you tried fishing around under the pedal cluster and up in the tunnel w/ a magnet? You wouldn't believe all the stuff you can find in there...
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make sure you have the right ohmega spring , get the one with the 930 part # , the other one will fit and give you a wimpy pedal.
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Mine broke and I have been running w/o for awhile...still feels fine though. I really don't miss it.
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Have you tried fishing around under the pedal cluster and up in the tunnel w/ a magnet? You wouldn't believe all the stuff you can find in there...
I tried this a couple days ago with no such luck.

I've been driving without it for a while now and I'm getting to the point where I don't miss it either.
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I needed the spring too and found this one. It is not adjustable and not as strong since it is a 911 spring. It helps some.

http://www.*****************.com/product_p/pp-911.423.305.06.htm
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I needed the spring too and found this one. It is not adjustable and not as strong since it is a 911 spring. It helps some.

http://www.*****************.com/product_p/pp-911.423.305.06.htm
That part is also available from out host:
http://www.pelicanparts.com/catalog/shopcart/911M/POR_911M_Tclutc_pg5.htm#item15
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According to the description of the part (and reading this thread) this spring goes on the pedal assembly.
I'm pretty sure this spring is on the clutch lever at the tranny on my 915 carrera?
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