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pics of my rockers. will do better pics later. i did not want to move the car from the shop with all the stuff i have apart.
Old 12-06-2009, 01:20 PM
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My aftermarket wide rockers use a different end cap than my stock rockers. Is that what you're running into CARREAPER?
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My aftermarket wide rockers use a different end cap than my stock rockers. Is that what you're running into CARREAPER?
i dunno, i ordered a stock set and will see if they fit when they get here. otherwise i will have to make some at work.
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The rocker caps should work from a size perspective by comparing pictures but whether or not you can attach them securely may be a completely different story.

Just FYI the part number for the front oil cooler used in the M506 slants was
911 107 051 01
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i dunno, i ordered a stock set and will see if they fit when they get here. otherwise i will have to make some at work.
mine are after market boxed rockers the stock rocker end covers will not fit. My kit was From NR auto they will still make steel kits. when i bought mine they sent rocker end covers. you might want to give them a call and see what they can do for you. I bought the rear fender vents and boxed rockers from them as I already had the front fenders. Everything fit very well and was easy to Weld in with the templates and instructions they sent me. Your kit judging by the shape of the inside of the rear fender vents looks like it was made by them.
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I think the black bottle in the front is actually the vapor recovery tank for the Gas tank. one line goes to the vent on the fill line and the other goes all the way back to the charcoal canister in the left rear fender. I had to fab one of these out of stainless steel and mount it in the trunk. The factory slants had one behind the cardboard cover in the trunk behind the dash on the passenger side. But I was never able to find the correct part number to buy one to install. I't my understanding that it was from an earlier 911 that had it there instead of the top of the drivers side fender.
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ps, my rocker extensions are missing the end caps at the rear. where in the world can i find them, and are all of the cars different?

Those end caps for slantnose rocker panels are not plastic inserts nor can they be retro-fitted from a stock 911. They are much larger than the 911 and I have no clue where to get them. It would be a lucky day to have them pop up in the classified section. I had to make my own for my slant.

i need the same end caps you have. the factory ones are indeed too small.
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started working on the left headlight. the part number for the Mazda relay is 056700-5950.

mine was located in a sleeve and bolted to the INSIDE of the headlight bucket. i used lots of painters tape and rags, to keep from scratching the car up.

a helpful member here said his relays were located behind his bumper bellows. mine are in the buckets, with a protective rubber boot around them.

both sides are the same.

the right light works fine. the left light comes on, but will not raise up. hence me messing with the relay, and not the motor at this time.

now the search begins for a relay!

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the interior lights.

door striker.

replaced all interior, exterior bulbs ( except for the headlights. )

will do the steering bushing this weekend, and start the tune up / all fluids marathon change session.





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Hey for documentation sake for the future would it be possible at some point to take a couple of pictures and show how the factory rocker caps wind up being too small?

Also, just out of curiosity IIRC you have caps for the front of the rockers correct? If so could you, as with the factory cars move the front caps to the back (swapping sides) and would they fit? or are the front different from the rears as well?

Based on your assessment I'm assuming that somehow the aftermarket rockers are different in size in some way from the factory ones. I can't clearly see the difference from the pictures you posted so I'm wondering if a direct compare of end caps will illustrate it better.
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Hey for documentation sake for the future would it be possible at some point to take a couple of pictures and show how the factory rocker caps wind up being too small?

Also, just out of curiosity IIRC you have caps for the front of the rockers correct? If so could you, as with the factory cars move the front caps to the back (swapping sides) and would they fit? or are the front different from the rears as well?

Based on your assessment I'm assuming that somehow the aftermarket rockers are different in size in some way from the factory ones. I can't clearly see the difference from the pictures you posted so I'm wondering if a direct compare of end caps will illustrate it better.
sure, i will take some pics tomorrow.

a Toyota Camry 1989 " aux main " relay is the same relay. its over $100.00 at a few places online. pn 056700-6210.

i am going to keep looking.





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a Toyota Camry 1989 " aux main " relay is the same relay. its over $100.00 at a few places online. pn 056700-6210.

i am going to keep looking.

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T.C.

Is this a replacement for the lights one (Mazda; 056700-5950)? Not much cheaper than the motor itself...

I will be swapping the relays soon (30 miles & 12 inches of snow away).

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T.C.

Is this a replacement for the lights one (Mazda; 056700-5950)? Not much cheaper than the motor itself...

I will be swapping the relays soon (30 miles & 12 inches of snow away).

J.J.
yes, i cannot find the 5950 anywhere. i think it was superceded by a new part. the 6210 seems to be be "available" at least.

i have the following relay part numbers for the mazda rx7 headlight motor relay cross referenced:

these are ford/lexus/toyota relays.

i do not have specific year/make and model info yet.

edit: all are Nippondenso 12v 30 amp 5 pin relays, in the same family, and should be interchangeable. i have not rung any of these out with a meter yet though.


056700-5950( old mazda / slopenose part)
056700-6210 replaces 5950, but expensive, ref 1989 Toyota camry)
818630-17010
56700-8282
85910-12010
056700-8520
85910-3310

ref Duralast part number 20098, $111.99 at Autozone. ( toyota camry)

ref 203-0058 aux relay $134.00 ( toyota camry) at Advance autoparts.


hope this help the mazda / porsche guys!


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After reading and searching, try here for the relay:

B AND C TRUCK ELECTRIC
1600 CAMPBELL
KANSAS CITY, MO.64108
1-816-421-3711

About $21 per the thread below.

911 slantnose headlight motor

How to lift slantnose headlight when motor is dead?
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T.C./A.R.

Merci (thanks)

J.J.
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After reading and searching, try here for the relay:

B AND C TRUCK ELECTRIC
1600 CAMPBELL
KANSAS CITY, MO.64108
1-816-421-3711

About $21 per the thread below.

911 slantnose headlight motor

How to lift slantnose headlight when motor is dead?
if i can get ahold of them, i will order two from them. i was trying to get the car on the road this weekend, and find the relay locally. but thank you for posting !
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upon further inspection, i found 2 of the wires in the 4 pole connector were broken. i made a new connector, and...... THEY WORK!




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KILODAWG, here are some pics of the rocker, along with the stock end caps, that dont fit these sill extensions.









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front brake rebuild is done on the Targa. the rears are sticky too, so off the calipers came.
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upon further inspection, i found 2 of the wires in the 4 pole connector were broken. i made a new connector, and...... THEY WORK!





Good for you. Hopefully my problem would be similar...

Thanks for the photo now I can confirm the same motor and numbers.
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