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Same insert came loose on an 87 944. We just epoxied it back in place and it's been racing in 944 Spec for yrs.
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Old 04-01-2018, 03:55 PM
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Same insert came loose on an 87 944. We just epoxied it back in place and it's been racing in 944 Spec for yrs.
Thatís the kind of results I like to hear!
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Wow...

I just got an '84 944 for my son and we are currently working through some issues. Found Bad fuel pump, vacuum lines, TPS and now injectors.

But all that was easy. My biggest hurdle right now is pulling that damn strainer. It's like welded on! The only reason I was trying to pull it is because of all the other related fueling issue I have and figured it would be a good thing to service. But I don't want to "break" it or the tank trying to remove it.

At this point, I feel it best to just leave it alone....but i dunno.
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Mine was covered in sludge and the strainer basket / screen was falling apart. You could put a solvent in there and let it marinade for a bit then flush. You can also check the fuel flow rate to see if it’s an issue. If I pull one again, I’m going to soak it in PB Blaster, tap it around the filter to wake up the threads, maybe do that 3-4 days in a row. I would also put a band clamp around the spigot. Mine appears to be holding fine.
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