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I have a 915 transaxle that I bought and it was half assembled, I have never work on the inter worki,msg of a trans but I am slowly geting it. I think I’m missing some parts. What I’m trying to learn about the detent are located and how they are held in place as well as how many are there.? I have one in hand and best discribed it is about the shape and size of a chiclet candy. I see on the side of trans there are two holes so I assume that is were two go, is there more some place else?

Detent locations ? by Rick DuVallRick DuVall, 21 Nov 2017 21:43

I have a 915 transaxle that I bought and it was half assembled, I have never work on the inter worki,msg of a trans but I am slowly geting it. I think I’m missing some parts. What I’m trying to learn about the detent are located and how they are held in place as well as how many are there.? I have one in hand and best discribed it is about the shape and size of a chiclet candy. I see on the side of trans there are two holes so I assume that is were two go, is there more some place else?

Detent locations ? by Rick DuVallRick DuVall, 21 Nov 2017 21:42

I have a 915 transaxle that I bought and it was half assembled, I have never work on the inter worki,msg of a trans but I am slowly geting it. I think I’m missing some parts. What I’m trying to learn about the detent are located and how they are held in place as well as how many are there.? I have one in hand and best discribed it is about the shape and size of a chiclet candy. I see on the side of trans there are two holes so I assume that is were two go, is there more some place else?

Detent locations ? by Rick DuVallRick DuVall, 21 Nov 2017 21:41

I'm hoping you can help me. I'm in the process of rebuilding my 923/02. I removed my pinion and main shaft and disassembled my pinion shaft. After cleaning it I see that the gears are really clean and almost polished looking. Well, they are polished. They look like chrome. Do I need to replace it and the ring gear? The ring gear doesn't look like that at all. It is still dark grey looking. Thanks for your help.

Rod

Smooth Pinion Gear by rod ezerod eze, 18 Aug 2017 01:41

I am in the process of rebuilding my 923/02 transmission in 1976 Porsche 912E. I would like to have the case cleaned and inspected. I also need to have the bearing guides removed and replaced in the case. Where do you recommend I go to have this work done? i live in the Los Angeles area. Thanks for your help.

Rod

923 Rebuild by rod ezerod eze, 12 Aug 2017 16:22

I'm also interested in the 901.
Is there anything available?

Re: 901 rebuild tutorial? by Geoff_M99Geoff_M99, 23 Aug 2016 01:10
944/2
Bill HeimpelBill Heimpel 21 Jun 2016 05:58
in discussion Porsche Forums / 924/944 Forum » 944/2

How to check codes and turn off warning light on my 87 944/2

944/2 by Bill HeimpelBill Heimpel, 21 Jun 2016 05:58

bearings on the bell housing came out by hand, check another videos and places apparently is not good, where I can buy a new one or repair mine is a 915/61 thanks pls need help

transmission by Jueyero12Jueyero12, 22 May 2016 10:57

need the part number for the 915/61 dog teeth for the third ,fourth and fifth any help appreciated thanks

problem with transmission by Jueyero12Jueyero12, 16 May 2016 21:36

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I've been reading through various articles on stuck 915's but haven't seen this case covered. Would love any suggestions.

My '72 911T has had it's transmission rebuilt about 20,000 miles ago and has given me flawless service until just the other day… After stopping for fuel, I went to shift into 1st and got nothing but a mushy lever. Letting the clutch out the motor bogged but the car didn't move (like it was in 5th or something). I tried shifting it and got it into 3rd (I think) and drove it home. Pulling the shift coupling cover I found that the bushings in the coupler had disintegrated completely. My hope was to replace the bushings, shift it out of 3rd and then align the linkage as described elsewhere. Sadly, even with the bushing, cup and rod bushing replaced, I cannot get it to shift out of 3rd (I say 3rd as the coupler is square with the floor of the car and the selector rod appears to be pulled out from the transmission.

I've read several articles about 915's being stuck in 5th and reverse at the same time, leaving the car immobile, but nothing about being stuck in any other gear. The car made no grinding noises and drove fine albeit stuck in one gear. Any advice?

Best regards!

-Eric

993 conrod
Becky_11Becky_11 06 Mar 2015 09:11
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993 conrod by Becky_11Becky_11, 06 Mar 2015 09:11

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My question is, is the porsche 911 turbo a good buy? (the 996 model) so the one before the models that are out now. By is it a good car? I mean is it reliable? Say if i buy one with 100,000 km for 40 grand, will the porsche last me a good while?

I have a porsche cayman s from 2006. I was wonder if I am better off buying a used factory porsche gps/ radio or buying an after market one?

Porsche cayman s 2006 by Xtremeteam7Xtremeteam7, 23 Jul 2014 03:28

I am finishing up work on my 915 08 box. I wanted a close ratio set-up, so I swapped out my second, third and fifth gear pairs, and 'flipped' my existing third gear into the forth gear position. I follow Peter's instructions closely. Especially about cleaning every part and reinstalling them dry. Unfortunately, once I torqued down the covers, I found resistance and binding when I turned the main shaft by hand. I thought perhaps the shift forks were rubbing against the sliders. I measured and found 5 mils of run out on my sliders. After milling off 5 mils from the inside of my shift forks, with no reduction in binding, I next used a small paint brush to introduce some gear oil such that it would seep into my 'free' gears and coat the needle bearings within. Bingo! No more binding. Now, my issue may have resulted due to the fact that my bearings had some miles on them. (Though I fully renewed my gear box less than 10,000 miles back: bearings, friction bands, dog teeth, sliders etc, etc..) Also, while I 'flipped' my third gear into the forth gear position, I maintained the orientation of its needle bearing cage so as to keep it spinning in its original direction.

I wanted to mention my experience in case Peter had feedback for me, or if it might be helpful to another amateur transmission builder in a similar bind.

Happy New years to you all also.
From,
The Red Line Team


Marc Bixen
RedLineTechnik.com
Red Line Service

thanks Marc-I've found the 944 is 'similar' to the Porsche/Audi 016 and 01E,both those have clutch/starter provisions and share a similar case and internals..I started doing a 65 Corvair mid-engine w/ a 4.3 and Saginaw 4sp,sidelined due to trans leaks; I'm still in favor of sticking with 3-liter power,and keeping the air cooled Vair engine but with modern upgrades; "done" T/A's are available but too costly,$8-20K,,the 944 was only $400 (the going price on ebay)..

Probably your best bet for this info would be to contact someone with Audi experience. The 944 trans is actually an Audi part and I think by going that route you'd have a much better chance of reaching your goal. It sounds like an interesting project, good luck and please keep us informed


Marc Bixen
RedLineTechnik.com
Red Line Service

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