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Old 12-02-2016, 04:27 PM   #1
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As per tittle does anybody knows what is the correct P/N for this hose (heater)?







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Old 12-03-2016, 07:59 AM   #2
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Old 12-03-2016, 02:36 PM   #3
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Sorry don't know the p/n offhand but do know its available - picked one up through Sunset about a year ago. Also - you can download Porsche diagrams/part numbers (it's called PET).
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Old 12-03-2016, 06:31 PM   #4
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As Brandon says, do a Google search for Porsche PET. You can download the catalogue and find it.
I paid $200 for that hose 8 years ago so I assume it has doubled in price
You will have to remove the compressor bracket to clamp it to the engine tin.
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Old 12-03-2016, 09:37 PM   #5
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Yes I do have the PET, even Ryan from suncoast can't figure out what is the P/N of the hose, he even sent me screenshots of his PET but nome is.
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Here you go:
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Old 12-04-2016, 07:51 AM   #7
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Thanks! I have seen that image/hose before but I wasn't sure if it was the correct psrt because in the diagram it shows that it comes from the electric fan blower while this car doesn't have one correct? That caught my attention.....

Witj that P/N looking images of it, appears to be the correct hose and looks barely at both ends different diameters which is the case

https://www.design911.co.uk/mobile/#part;id=132124
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Thanks! I have seen that image/hose before but I wasn't sure if it was the correct psrt because in the diagram it shows that it comes from the electric fan blower while this car doesn't have one correct? That caught my attention.....

Witj that P/N looking images of it, appears to be the correct hose and looks barely at both ends different diameters which is the case

https://www.design911.co.uk/mobile/#part;id=132124
Look at part #30. That is the key to figuring out which hose is which.
All Turbos came from the factory with the accelerator fans. Unless someone removed them from your car, you have them too.
That hose is the same diameter at both ends.
If the OE costs more than you to spend, have this guy make you one: http://customducts.net/
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Look at part #30. That is the key to figuring out which hose is which.
All Turbos came from the factory with the accelerator fans. Unless someone removed them from your car, you have them too.
That hose is the same diameter at both ends.
If the OE costs more than you to spend, have this guy make you one: http://customducts.net/

Maybe I didn't look carefully (not my car, but from a friend/customer) but I couldn't find the electric blower whenI pulled off the intercooler and I really don't see much space left to fit that blower, maybe is smaller than the 993 variant?

Anyways, the #30 in the diagram is what is I believe is tha same as te first picture I posted in previous post, which holds the temp sensor. Looking at that piece in the car (not in the PET) I got 930.211.244.01 which in this link below with #11 says W/O TURBO (with out turbo??) connect to the #13 which is most likely to be the tube I need, but then again it says W/O TURBo, confusing!

http://www.sonnenporscheoemparts.com...omponents-scat
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That's a Turbo part diagram you posted a link to. I have no idea what W/O means but that is the hose.

To see the fans, you have to remove the rear wheel and rear wheelhouse.

I discovered when I had a scan performed with a Bosch Hammer that my left hand fan was seized. It in fact wasn't seized but the shaft was tight on the bushing. They can be disassembled and repaired so I was able to reduce the shaft diameter and re-install it.
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Ok thanks a lot!
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Old 12-08-2016, 11:09 AM   #12
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It is #30 in the PET diagram. The blower motors sit in the wheel well and covered with a panel. It then necks through the sidewall and what you see is the picture you posted. There is one in each wheel well. There is a plate in front of them (3 screws IIRC) Just as Paul describes. Unfourtantly I know way more about this system then I wish to. The PO had mine completely disconnected when I bought the car. You can purchase that exact pipe or use standard preheat hose to repair the section. Either is a viable solution.
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I have this same problem. I can't see how this can be easily replaced without pulling quite a lot of the engine bay apart. Any advice?
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I put mine on without moving the compressor and bracket but it was a struggle.
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I also use a short section of heater hose, split, around the compressor belt tension adjustment bolt to keep it from damaging the hose.
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