Weekend is over, did you get your 928 off

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15 Jan 2012 22:28 #7798 by 928mac
ha ha I got some parts off my 928 as I removed the console getting ready to update my stereo wiring, install the GPS, rear cam and some extra wire for future mods if decided.

What were you guys up to

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16 Jan 2012 06:05 #7800 by the flying scotsman
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Keeping warm, its -25C :(

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16 Jan 2012 07:35 #7801 by denhamfly
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Worked on sailboat, 928 sitting with half of the engine removel steps done!

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16 Jan 2012 11:43 #7803 by 928mac
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Ask if you are having trouble, Oscar

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16 Jan 2012 15:20 #7804 by Gipper
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This is my first use of the forum, so don't really know what I'm doing, but looking for some help. Have a '78. The previous owner modded the brakes by putting on GTS front calipers/rotors, and 1984 master cylinder (which has a bigger piston for the front brakes). The new master cylinder doesn't have the 2 pressure switches which the '78 used as sensors for the brake lights and brake-failure-warning input to the central warning computer. The PO installed a brake light switch on the pedal and wired it up for brake lights, but did nothing to restore operation of the brake-failure-warning. Also, he cut the brake-failure wire going into the warning computer.

I've looked everywhere I can to find out what sensor(s) was used for brake failure on non-ABS '84 and '85 cars, but can't find a thing. Any ideas where to look?

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16 Jan 2012 15:47 #7806 by 928mac
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Wow Gipper, you come in with a bang and a real head scratcher.

Maybe some of the other guys with an old body (OB) can help.
with pictures and step by step with someone that has a car like yours I am sure that it can be fixed up.
It is a shame that is was cut up and not done correctly.

One of the plus sides to joining 928oc
is then you can start your own repair thread and post pictures and get better help that way.

Brad

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16 Jan 2012 17:15 #7807 by Gipper
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Thanks for the reply. Yes, I'm going to finally join 928OC since I've finally committed to the 928. I've been thru a lot of cars (including 3 928's, 2 Caymans, and presently a Panamera for daily driver) but nothing comes close to feeling or entertaining like a 928.

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16 Jan 2012 18:21 #7808 by pcar928fan
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We had our regular 2nd Sat GTG this weekend! Pretty good turn out! 10 people 6 928's and one 951. Good stuff!

Then most of us went over to the Maserati dealership and drooled over their cars for a bit! Good time! One of the members took a GranTurismo out for a spin! He enjoyed it!

James
78 Silver / Black-white #295
84 Ruby Red / Black AO84
88 Dark Blue / Linen-Black
92 Polar Silver / Dark Blue 92EURO
93 Arrow Blue / Black

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