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replacing air compressor

Model: 911S, Year:1976, Mileage:109M, Type of use:Street use only
Have 3 pinhole leaks in my original York compressor.assuming a replacement may be necessary in the future, what would be the best and logical way to go with a non-piston style later model compressor with an easily adaptable mounting bracket ?

gas fumes when the heater is on.

Model: 911E, Year:1969, Mileage:58950, Type of use:Street use only
I have a 69 911E with a recent MFI rebuild. The car runs great but now when I put the heat on I get gas fumes in the car.Suggestions?Thanks.Bill Yedor

How do I fix AC/blower on 1991 C2?

Model: C2 Targa, Year:1991, Mileage:unknow, Type of use:Street use only
My AC/defogger blower will not work. I have tried replacing the fuze, but the unit blows the fuze almost as soon as I turn it back on. Help! I cannot even pass VA Safety Inspection right now. Thanks!!!

Heat, Defog & Blower switch

Vehicle Information: Model: 911T; Year: 1973; Body Type: Coupe; Engine (type, size, modifications): 2.4; Total Mileage: 100K+;

1. The passenger side front window vent has no flow. Is this because the heat exchanger on that side is missing and disconnected?2. The blower switch seems to have a loose connection. It doesn't reliably turn on. When it is not working, the rear defogger, and the indicator light on the floor by the heater lever are also out. What should I do?

911 1968 A/C restoration

Vehicle Information: Model: 911; Year: 1968; Body Type: Coupe; Engine (type, size, modifications): 2 litre; Total Mileage: 92,000;

911 1969 A/C compressor follow-up

Vehicle Information: Model: 911T swt; Year: 1969; Body Type: Targa; Engine (type, size, modifications): none major, distributorless ignition to replace the marelli though.; Total Mileage: 100,000;

911 1969 Air Conditioning compressor replacement

Vehicle Information: Model: 911T; Year: 1969; Body Type: Targa; Engine (type, size, modifications): stock, minor improvements like oil pressure fed tensioners; Total Mileage: 100,000;

1972 911T Broken Studs for Heater Control Boxes

Vehicle Information: Model: 911 T Coupe; Year: 1972; Body Type: Coupe; Engine (type, size, modifications): 2.4 mfi original; Total Mileage: 76,000;

I broke a stud holding the heater control boxes to the body. The two that remain look fragile, also. How do I replace the studs? Are they welded in, or can I heat around them and thread them out? I would prefer to replace all the studs. The engine and transmission have been removed at this time. Thanks, Patrick Grace

1967 911S Gas heater

Vehicle Information: Model: 911 S; Year: 1967; Body Type: Coupe; Engine (type, size, modifications): 2l; Total Mileage: 280K;

Any sources for parts and refurbishing of my gas heater. The blower it still funtional, as is the fuel pump. It seems that the igniter has stopped working recently (after all htese years of good use). I just do not see any advertising of these early heaters in the catalogs.

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