CRM Mitchell1 2022-08-09T22:01:34+00:002007 Porsche 911 CRM Mitchell1 2022-08-09T22:01:34+00:00
- REMOVE ALL WHEELS AND INSPECT TIRES, BRAKES, STEERING AND SUSPENSION COMPONENTS. EXAMINE BELTS AND HOSES FOR WEAR. TEST LIGHTS, WINDSHIELD WIPERS AND WASHER SYSTEM. TOP OFF ALL FLUIDS AND ADJUST TIRE PRESSURE.
- VERIFIED CONCERN: Pulled vehicle into shop & noted clutch operation felt normal. Pedal returned normally, and clutch engagement point felt normal as well. Raised vehicle on lift & inspected clutch hydraulic system & brake fluid level. Hydraulic system appears without visual abnormalities, but brake fluid level is slightly low. Recommend replacement of clutch slave cylinder to start.
- VERIFIED CONCERN: Customer brought vehicle in with a concern of the battery dying if vehicle sits in garage for two weeks or more. Vehicle sat outside for a few days & started up normally. Tested battery – battery passed test. Performed parasitic draw test & vehicle's parasitic draw settled to 0.017A (17mA) after approximately 8-10 minutes which is well under maximum allowable draw specification. Recommend customer maintains vehicle on trickle charger if vehicle is not driven for extended periods of time.
- Raised vehicle on lift & removed belly pan. Disconnected slave cylinder from transmission. Noted that the slave cylinder boot was soaked in brake fluid, and boot was full of liquid brake fluid indicating piston seal failure within slave cylinder. Pinched off brake fluid feed line to slave & disconnected slave from hydraulic system. Installed new slave cylinder & bled clutch hydraulics & tested clutch operation – Okay.
- Includes: Clean, lube and/or replace brake hardware as necessary. Adjust brakes where applicable. DOES NOT include refinishing.
- MANUAL TRANSMISSION FLUID – Drain & Refill
- 4 WHEEL ALIGNMENT
MICHAEL L. gave our service a 5 star review on 8/8/2022