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missing gear on odometer

Postby xranalli » Sun Apr 29, 2018 8:53 am

Dear Friends
now I found the trouble, as you can see in the picture there is a gear that is MISSING
can anyone help me? :pray
I need a gear, or a picture of it, I need to know how many theet it has;
my friend told me that I can found the gear on a Porsche Shop maybe
so if I've the characteristics of gear I can buy it.
Or, if you know where I can buy it, please let me know :(
thanks a lot

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Re: missing gear on odometer

Postby johnb » Sun Apr 29, 2018 9:28 am

Not sure that these are the correct gear wheels but they look as if they could be.
Mecaparts is the MP1900 and Simon Auto the 181010R. Oddly SA don't describe what it is.

http://www.mecaparts.com/Accessoires/pa ... page=30#ok

http://www.simon-auto-shop.de/epages/Si ... ts/181010R
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Re: missing gear on odometer

Postby xranalli » Sun Apr 29, 2018 9:58 am

Thanks a lot
it should be the right one!
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Re: missing gear on odometer

Postby simontaylor » Sun Apr 29, 2018 10:00 am

A missing gear, from inside the unit.
Obviously someone has been inside before you.
Can you contact previous owner ......he may have the broken one in a drawer.
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Re: missing gear on odometer

Postby xranalli » Sun Apr 29, 2018 10:09 am

Now I discovered another trouble
the gear that sets the clock is broken

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Re: missing gear on odometer

Postby xranalli » Sun Apr 29, 2018 10:13 am

...so it is not possible to set the clock :? :(
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Re: missing gear on odometer

Postby xranalli » Sun May 13, 2018 4:49 pm

Today I did a small miracle!
I repaired the little gear that was broken with...glue
and now it seems to work properly :super
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Re: missing gear on odometer

Postby xranalli » Mon May 14, 2018 5:24 am

Now I would to ask if someone has info about
how to dismount the 2 sheets metal of the tunnel

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Re: missing gear on odometer

Postby johnb » Mon May 14, 2018 9:55 am

I haven't had to remove those two panels but once you remove the two carpet covered side panels the fasteners for those panels should be self-evident. You probably know that the carpet covered panels are attached with several self tapping screws.

The attached photo is enlarged from the original so is not as clear as it could be. The panel around the gear lever has two slotted head screws at each side, at the top and towards the rear. There may be other fasteners at the front.

Not sure how the panel with the heater controls is attached at the base but it looks as if it's riveted to the instrument binnacle at the top. You can also see the rivet in your photo. I would think that all will become clear once you remove the side panels. Hopefully there won't be any fasteners made difficult to access by the steering column shroud.
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Re: missing gear on odometer

Postby xranalli » Sat May 19, 2018 3:55 pm

Thanks a lot, I understand. Maybe it is good to not try to dismount the front panel where the radio is.
Is your car a ph1 or ph2?
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Re: missing gear on odometer

Postby johnb » Sat May 19, 2018 6:38 pm

xranalli wrote:Thanks a lot, I understand. Maybe it is good to not try to dismount the front panel where the radio is.
Is your car a ph1 or ph2?

It's a ph1.
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