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Porsche 944 parts

I put some 944 parts up on ebay if you guys care to see them I'm posting a link here http://cgi6.ebay.com/ebaymotors/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewListedItems&userid=seb928s
I have more porsche parts for the 944 cars. I have a lot of body parts and stuff like that.
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Do you have a 5 speed transmission for one?
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1986 944 non Turbo
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Sorry don't have a 5-speed I have an auto but that probably will do you no good use. Anything else you need?
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Hi there do you have the driver door with the glass and the interior panel. please make a good price since I need a lot of parts
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Hey Seb,

Do you still have the rear brakes?

Specifically I am looking for the rear hub, rotors if good, e-brake stuff, and e-brake cables.

I already have a good set of rear calipers.


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I do but I can't get the damn things off. Those brakes are on there. I'm trying to get ride of the whole car well what is left with it. It's free if you want to tow it out of here it doesn't have anything good on there anymore besides the rear brakes with everything that goes with them. Has a one body panel good. Has the rear hmm I don't know what it is called but it goes up to the rear brakes it the brakes bolts on to that.
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I hate frozen rotors/drums!

The trick might be to get some PB Blaster penitrating oil and squirt it on the caliper pads and rear e-brake drums.

After that soaks for a day then get out the "fix all" sledgehammer. Tap the drum portion the best you can to try and free up the frozen drum/disc.

Usually when cars sit for a while with the e-brake on they tend to freeze up like that, especially when exposed to moisture.


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If it's the early dash, I need a heater blower switch. I know it's a small item, but I can't find one and mine doesn't work.

thanks for your time.

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Sorry sold the switch along time ago.
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