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3.6 manuals

Anyone know where I can get the engine section of the 964 manuals from. That is the only part I need and would take paper or electronic formats.

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Help, I checked Pelican and it says NLA!

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Jeff: I have a copy but don't want to part with it. Is there an aspect of the engine that you need? I can send copies of relevant sections to you.
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Well, I am going to do a complete rebuild/ugrade on a 3.6 (964) for my own car and only have the manuals to 89. What I am interested in is the parts to do with the timing chain tensioners and sprockets and such.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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I'll be happy to make copies of the cam timing section. It has exploded views, instructions on setting parallel, timing, etc. Send me your address to felmirdotsingsonatschwabdotcom and I'll try to get it sent today.

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thanks, I will get in contact with you over the weekend.

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