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Porsche Carrera

The name Carrera was first appended to 356 model Porsches, signifying cars that were equipped with the 4 cam competition engine. The name next appeared with the 904 Carrera GTS, and would finally appear on a 911 model in 1973 with the introduction of the Carrera RS and Carrera RSR. The Carrera name would continue to be used to designate the top model trim of the 911 Series, and was also applied to the 924 GTS and GTR models. Starting in 1984, Porsche began using the model name Carrera for all 911 models. This continued with the introduction of the 964, 993, 996, and 997. At present, all Carrera models are 911s, although Type 911 production ended over twenty years ago.

The 911 was introduced as the Porsche 901 in the early 1960s, as a replacement for the 356 model. Before it went to production it was renamed 911 to settle any issue with Peugeot, who claimed that cars with number-zero-number were their property as a trademark. Despite the name change, as far as the internal project ID and parts were concerned, the car was 901. This slowly shifted to 911 over the following years, with almost all related parts having 911 prefixes by the time the impact bumper models were introduced in 1974. The 911 ended production in 1989 and was replaced with the 964, although many people, including the executives at Porsche, still refer to it and subsequent models as "911." The designations 930, 964, 993, 996, 997, and any future ones are Porsche internal codes referring to the 911 body form

The Porsche is a reliable vehicle, but has a problem with wear on its timing chains. The timing chain connects the camshaft and crankshaft so that they are able to turn together. It can start to stretch and wear over time, which causes engine problems. It is important to know the signs to watch for so you know when replacement is necessary. Here are some common symptoms of a bad or failing timing chain: If you turn your car on and find the engine won't turn over, it could be that the timing chain has failed and needs replacing. As the timing chain continues to fail, you may find that your vehicle isn't responsive. The car may even stall, which is both inconvenient and dangerous. The Check Engine Light may come on to signal there is an issue. This light can mean a number of different things, so it's best to see a mechanic to have the computer codes diagnosed. When your car idles it may be loud and create a rattling noise coming from the engine compartment. If you continue to operate your vehicle after this part fails, you risk causing serious damage to your vehicle. It's important to be well aware of the early warning signs so you can go to and have it replaced immediately. carries a full array of Porsche Carrera oem and aftermarket parts.

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