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    Happy Father's Day Dad!

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    Investigando code extra 569 –

    The fog light switch is on the dashboard. The option number was 569?

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    569 cleared for 1972.!

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    Today I started thinking in front of the car. I have fitted all the pieces and observed the "possible" blows! Thanks to this as a comment I realized that the deformation of the front panel could be due to the support arm of the spoiler. Observing the battery box I see that the corner of it was repaired because something hit it but I do not see any damage to the fin and that's the only thing that could have deformed it. Observing the wing on the opposite side I do not see any damage either ... Rather I observe equality and no repair work. This along with what I observed long ago in the internal seams of the flares (the red background) attached photo. It makes me think that the flares are not the ones that originally came with this car ...!
    Has anyone encountered similar damage in their battery box? For now everything indicates that the car had a frontal blow !.

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    Hello everyone. I have another doubt of the time. The oil side cover was made of some other alloy other than the car? It's made out of metal? A magnet should stick to it? I have decided to disassemble the alternator fan (it is not finished yet). I'm using steel wool to remove the paint and I see that it has a "black background" (I understand that one was put to protect it from rust, am I right?). At this point I would like to leave it like that. Retouch it a little more and leave it with this Spartan look instead of painting it in silver ... But I guess you have to do the "right" thing. I have been careful not to put "pieces" of wool inside the alternator. By precacuion I have applied air pressure after to finish cleaning it for today .... It is not finished yet. I have the rust in the central part that is superficial but difficult to remove apart from that I have not wanted to put that part to work yet!
    I realized when taking photos that it is an optical effect or this "something deformed". Is it because in those years the machinery was not completely accurate? Or it requires a change! I remember that this engine comes from a 911 SC that had an accident although the engine was perfect one of the blades is missing a small piece!
    How do you treat your fan?

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    I have communicated with Porsche Spain. They insist that the abandoned car manufactures with a deposit of 90L not 85L. I have commented that it may be a mistake of dates and extras but I have been told no. That was 90L. I have to believe what they tell me? Or do I have to believe what I see xd? As of today I do not know how there can be this type of faults in Porsche! They have raised a whole culture but the really important points take them away from reality! If I had not investigated the car right now I would say by saying that I have a tank of 90L ... The seriousness is fading with time?
    By the way. I have the alternator fan removed but I can not remove the blades. I have looked through different sites and found strange but functional methods (hangers, etc ...) but I have not found any of my liking. Apply heat to the central axis or do you not recommend heat in this area?

    VIN 9112300576

    Modelo 911 S Coupé

    Año/modelo: 1972

    Opciones:

    · 220 Diferencial autoblocante

    · 402 Amortiguadores Koni

    · 424 Depósito de combustible de 90 l

    · 440 Antena y altavoz

    · 568 Cristales tintados

    · 569 Protecciones contra impactos en parachoques trasero

    · 650 Techo corredizo

    · 651 Elevalunas eléctrico



    Sin otro particular, reciba un cordial saludo



    Elena Moreno
    Responsable Atención al Cliente

    PORSCHE IBÉRICA, S.A.
    Departamento Atención al Cliente
    Avenida de Burgos nº87
    28050 Madrid
    Baudett

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    with the help of a graphic image of pelican parts (
    to lkosmal) I was encouraged last night in two minutes to try something I had tried hours. If pelicanparts has its method ... I have the Canarian method. I looked for some wooden blocks and found this chair in the garage. I looked at the measurements and I had the exact diameter for the "attempt" ... apart from leaving a gap so as not to thresh my fingers. After 4 attempts a metallic sound was heard and the next one came out smoothly.
    It was this or try with torch and heat ... I have to say that I am happy the night. I did not think I could solve it in such a "subtle" way. Today I will finish finishing with sanding and repainting. I am more anthracite but my father wants to respect the originality of the engine so we will paint it "silver"
    Regards !!

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    Nice, but they were black painted originally.

    Keep going on!

    Cees

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    Quote Originally Posted by fourteenten View Post
    Nice, but they were black painted originally.

    Keep going on!

    Cees
    I know! But I like how it looks! I still try to disarm the set of pedals but I can not separate the pedal from the central axis ... I have drilled and I even see the light through the hole but it does not move even one mm.
    Any advice?

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    Any information about this vehicle? Your dealership number?

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