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Title:

The Quickie

Issue:

#143, December 2005, page 167

Author:

Bob Kovacs

Length:

2-pages (1-page of text, 1-page of photos)

Synopsis:

The plastic straps on the 944/968 glove box door are prone to failure. Kovacs shows us a quick, cheap and simple method of installing aftermarket metal replacements.


Title:

Saving Face

Issue:

#104, September 2001, page 145

Author:

Gerry Burger

Length:

3½-pages (1½-pages of text, 2-pages of photos)

Synopsis:

Burger describes how he installed white face gauges and a 930S steering wheel in his 1989 944. It should be noted that Burger's car is a non-airbag model, and his procedures for installing the steering wheel reflect this.


Title:

Complete Control

Issue:

#98, December 2000, page 151

Author:

Gerry Burger

Length:

4-pages (1½-pages of text, the rest is photos)

Synopsis:

The central locking failed on Burger's 1989 944. He describes in detail how he disassembled the door panels and repaired the faulty component.


Title:

Inside Job

Issue:

#95, August 2000, page 147

Author:

Gerry Burger

Length:

4-pages (2-pages of text and 2-pages of photos)

Synopsis:

Burger describes how he installed a roll bar, four-point safety harness, fire extinguisher and aluminum pedal-pads on his 1989 944.


Title:

A day In The Garage – 944 console repair made easy

Issue:

#94, June 2000, page 145

Author:

Gerry Burger

Length:

2-pages (less than ½-page of text, the majority is photos)

Synopsis:

Burger described how he fixed the center console lid on his 944.


Title:

Tech Forum: 924 and Early 944 Dash Replacement

Issue:

#84, April 1999, page 129

Author:

Jim Pasha

Length:

4-pages of text and photos

Synopsis:

Pasha describes how to replace the dash in a 924 or early 944.


Title:

Tech Forum: A little about seats

Issue:

#69, May 1997, page 122

Author:

Jim Pasha

Length:

2-pages of text and diagrams

Synopsis:

Pasha gives advice on maintaining, repairing and upgrading the seats in the 924/944/968.