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Old 05-16-2018, 03:41 PM
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Default LH & EZ-K Carpeted Cover Part Number

To you all knowing 928 gurus, I am looking for the part number and availability of the carpeted and insulated cover that fits over the computers in the passenger foot well. Mine is cracking and crumbling. I need black for an 91 S4 if anyone happens to have an additional one in excellent condition. I have searched through PET and online to no avail.Thanks in advance
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That cover is built into the front floor mat. On my 88 it was missing completely. Rob Budd sells a front floor carpet set that has the cover for reasonable money and may make just the one side for you. Give him a call.
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I guess that explains why I couldn't find it. Thanks for the info. Jerryb
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Hummm I think the one on a '91 is a separate part, uses a black plastic like wing nut and not the snap and strap.
The back of the part has a few plastic pins that fit into holes at the rear of the ECU's

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BTW, I fixed mine because of the same problem.

I used some "Flex Seal" (if I remember well) and painted it in black after.

I took some pics when I did this job.
Can post them tonight if you want.

Edit: Or maybe it was the insulation part... Not sure.

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Yes, mine is separate and I have epoxied it but it continues to break so I'll have to continue to glue it together unless I can source another. Thanks Dave and Bertrand
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928 551 010 08 5FV - Black
$400
I can't check availability as the Porsche system has been down all afternoon
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I checked and it's the insulation panel that I fixed. Sorry.

Anyway, here's what I did. Maybe it would work for your part.
I put a layer of Weather Shield Flex on the rubber side, brushed it to smooth the surface a bit and painted both sides with a few thin coats of Plasti Dip.
It worked great!






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Wow! Roger that bit is pricey. For that money I'll continue to to piece it back together until it is un-salvageable. When that time comes and if it's available I'll shoot you an email.

Thanks Bertrand for the info. The insulation on mine is fine but the plastic has become brittle.
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