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is their a fix to broken auto rear spoiler

pauluk996turbo

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as title says is their a way to fix it it only comes up on one side and have been told i need a hole new system with is about £1000 :eek:
is their another way
thanks
 
If only one side is working its hydrolics google hydrolics specialist in Berkshire it will probably be seals. Any sign of leakage :?:
 
Waz 911 said:
If only one side is working its hydrolics google hydrolics specialist in Berkshire it will probably be seals. Any sign of leakage :?:

hi
no i cant see any leaks and have took both caps of the rams and no leaking there ether
have contacted a company just waiting reply
thanks
 
It might be better that you don't mention Porsche when telling him your wo
To Avoid paying the Porsche tax :thumb:
 
Plenty of informations on how to fix them or to keep them up all the time on rennlist.com

Seems to be ok to fix it yourself sometimes where OPC will not bother and replace the all unit....and it is not cheap
 
Mine did the same thing and it was the actual pump that was faulty. There were no leaks from the rams but the indy tried bleeding the pump and system and the problem was still there. He replaced the pump (and lines as OPC wouldn't sell you the pump without including the lines for £200+vat) and I took the old one home, dismantled it and found that a plastic block inside that the 2 pistons connected to was broken.
 
Mine did the same thing and it was the actual pump that was faulty. There were no leaks from the rams but the indy tried bleeding the pump and system and the problem was still there. He replaced the pump (and lines as OPC wouldn't sell you the pump without including the lines for £200+vat) and I took the old one home, dismantled it and found that a plastic block inside that the 2 pistons connected to was broken.
 

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