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Hi All It's Me Again

When I took my cover off it had a lot of oil in it. I see the seal is leaking. My questions are.
1) What is this seal called? (for ordering)
2) Where do I find info on how to replace it? (is it in my (haynes manual) I haven't found it yet.
Thanks for any help you can provide.

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go here...

http://www.porsche.com/all/media/pdf/originalparts/usa/914_USA_KATALOG.pdf
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Thanks for the help John

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To replace the seal (there may be two?), you remove that part from the trans by removing those two nuts. Then you press out the roll pin that holds the ball you can see in your photo onto the shaft that goes up into the trans. Then you can pull the shaft out, R&R the seals, put the shaft back in, press the roll pin back in again, and bolt up the side-shift console. A new seal between the console and the transmission case (or is it an O-ring?) would be a good idea, too.

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Thanks Dave. Again you come through.
Much apreciated.

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DK,

If it is the orignal seal, it is metal. The replacement is plastic/rubber. It is not easy to get the seal out. I used to hold the shifter asembly in a vise (be careful, it is aluminum and will deform!!!) and pry with a screwdriver. Sometimes, you have to bang the screwdriver into the side of the seal with a hammer. again, be careful.

If it is a rubber replacement seal, they usually pop out pretty easily.

Also, I'm not sure I see the plastic bushing on your shift assembly...

And!!!! Drain the transmission BEFORE you remove the shift assembly, or you will get a nasty surprise. I would suggest you replace the shifter o-ring as well.
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Seal is 900-112-001-50-M213 in the Pelican Catalog

I don't see the O-ring listed in the catalog, but you'll find it on page #130 in the 914 link above. It is part 20. You will probably need parts 18 and 15, as these disintegrate over time, which leads to even sloppier shifting.

(Porsche Part#)

Part15:914 303 171 00
Part18:914 303 173 00
part 20: 999 701 359 40
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Thanks Red. I just got to it and came back to reread the post. I have 20 on my list to order also 11,12,19. One question tho. Dave suggested taking it off and then removing the roll pin. For some reason I'm not picturing it coming off that way. So do I need to knock out the roll pin first?

Thanks for your response Red-Beard
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Thanks Red. I just got to it and came back to reread the post. I have 20 on my list to order also 11,12,19. One question tho. Dave suggested taking it off and then removing the roll pin. For some reason I'm not picturing it coming off that way. So do I need to knock out the roll pin first?

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Yes. The roll pins keep it together. Once you have it out, you'll understand.
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Thanks again to Dave and Red-Beard for the help. It's not rebuilt yet but here are some photos for the curious.

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I do have one question. Which roll pin should I take out?
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Either one should be fine. Depends on if you want to pull the shaft out from the top or the bottom.

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I found it easier to take the roll pin out of the "shift comb". You have a great picture to help you put it back together! It can go back together 4 ways, and only 1 is right! It looks like the plastic washer on the inside is OK. You can see the o-ring that needs replacing as well.
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Just another thank you to all that have helped me. My original owner 914 is 99% done. Thanks again.

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That is about 20% more than most!
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