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ok, i believe you but he does not know that on oil cooler should be nut and a spring washer?Not old(reused) nut with alu washer....anyway really how did you look on your engine top for the oil leaks?
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Do some study you can work on your 911 by your self.
In these days you will find a lot help online.To remove the oil cooler you do not have to remove the engine ,just for the starters...
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btw ,poor work is correct he did not even clean the engine after he worked on it?? that is always big no no ...!!
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I have a feeling that this is my issue, I cant see in there though.
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Another q i have why is your oil line cut and plugged?
And ,lube the clutch arm and spring looks way to dry...to me...how is your clutch pedal, is it hard to push?

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Another q i have why is your oil line cut and plugged?
And ,lube the clutch arm and spring looks way to dry...to me...how is your clutch pedal, is it hard to push?

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What is This oil line that is cut and plugged? Anyone have a picture of what it supposed to look like? That line goes into the exhaust, I imagine thatís the old air injection line

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My clutch is good and feeling except for chattering
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can you follow the plugged line and take a picture from bottom?
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I have a feeling that this is my issue, I cant see in there though.
No but the guy that replace your oil cooler should have. Ask him about it.
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Tirwin ,where the heck did you hear about the green o rings being bad.These types are the only o ring you should ever use on Porsche 911 engines.
If you click on his garage you would know what year is his 911 also being there EGR pipe for air injectors makes it either 1978 or 1979..

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It was discussed here.

It’s not hard to say what year when posting a question or put it in the sig either.

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It was discussed here.

Itís not hard to say what year when posting a question or put it in the sig either.

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Are you talking to me? My year and make is in my signature line is it not? Itís a 78 SC
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2stroke, yes you are absolutely correct about your signature alias garage.....he was talking to me but he forgot to read what i have written to him....;-)

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I let it run in my garage for about 30 minutes at 2500 RPM and did not really leak until I turned the idle down and then shut it off and now itís dripping pretty good
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well,there is a way to look inside the space behind the cooler.I have a very small mirror about 1cm diameter,i used to use it for this kind of investigation..it is a mirror dentists use.Again how do you know your top of the engine is not leaking ?

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just remembered that pipe which is plugged is your EGR pipe.Never mind.leave it like it is.Or ,take it of the exhaust system and find a ball from cv joint bearing .That ball will fit there and use the existing nut to tighten the ball into the exhaust pipe.Cut the pipe of and the nut which is on the crossover piece use with the ball from the bearing from axle joint.
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Are you talking to me? My year and make is in my signature line is it not? Itís a 78 SC
Not talking to you.
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2stroke, yes you are absolutely correct about your signature alias garage.....he was talking to me but he forgot to read what i have written to him....;-)

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Sig and garage are not the same thing. I donít take the time to look in everyoneís garage because not everyone uses it. Why make people do extra work? Whatever.
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I let it run in my garage for about 30 minutes at 2500 RPM and did not really leak until I turned the idle down and then shut it off and now itís dripping pretty good...
That narrow it down, leaking when there is no oil pressure.
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That narrow it down, leaking when there is no oil pressure.
What do you think this means?
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hi..i am going to ask you once more..how did you check the engine top ?You said it is not leaking?

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hi..i am going to ask you once more..how did you check the engine top ?You said it is not leaking?

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with my mirror. plus..... my mechanic just had the motor out on the floor a month ago. all is clean on top.
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