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Post Tool Kit for a 1991 Turbo 964

The Pelican Parts diagram of the tool kit looks nothing like my tool kit. I know it is a notional drawing, but how do you know if you have all the tools you need? I see that the Turbo does require a special spark plug wrench, I bet that will be a fun exercise...

Seriously, is there a list of tools for the various models? The price of the tool kit is over $400, more than I want to spend just to find out what I may be missing. Thanks in advance to anyone who can point or post a list of the "as issued" tools.
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Buy off ebay for around $75. The tools are the same for the 964/965 Just
buy a 930 spark plug wrench. I have my tools sitting at home I would not use them to work on my car just something for resale.
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Ken, Thanks. I was hoping to get a list, because I have no idea what constitutes a "full" tool kit. I know it is just nice to have, but if I'm gonna spend $75 for a tool kit on ebay, I might as well get one with all the tools.
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Try looking at the www.rsamerica.net site under OEM Info, then click on Equipment on the drop down menu. Keith has pictures and inventory of the RS America/964 tool kit. I'm not sure if the Turbo kit is different or not. Good Luck,

Don

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Don,
Thanks, this is exactly what I was looking for. My turbo toolkit is missing several items, but the unique sparkplug wrench is there.

Mark
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Based on the excellent article at www.rsamerica.net, here is what I learned:
Missing - Wrenches x5, screwdriver handle and all three bits, 5mm allen.
Extras - 24mm Klein box end wrench, 17x19 cylinder combination wrench, crank for sunroof.
Differences - My 90 deg. drive has the Torx bit on the short end, and my tool pouch snaps instead of tying closed.

Now looking for the missing bits...

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Glad it helped. Couple of things, the spark plug socket doesn't fit the new plugs. Plugs went from the 13/16 to the 5/8 size. So might want to check that. Wrenches aren't that hard to find, the screwdrivers are. Took Keith and I quite a while to find them.

Your sign doesn't say where you are, but if in S. Ca. We found them at Venture Auto Fest and LA Airport Hilton Memrobilita meet.

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Don,
I lived for many years in El Cajon. Now I am in Northern Virginia. I'll check the spark plug socket, I did notice that the PEC recommends Bosch FR 6LDC as a good retrofit for earlier models.

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