Subject: Transmission Jumps Out Of 1st or 2nd Gear Models: 911 Carrera 1987
Bulletin Number: 87 – 05
Model Year 1987
(type 950 transmission)
The 4th gear sliding sleeve (1 in picture 1) and the guide sleeve (2 in picture 1) were modified to prevent the 4th gear from moving back into the neutral position while driving.
The groove around the inside of the sliding sleeve has been omitted. Instead, three pockets are machined on the inside of the sleeve. Also, the new guide sleeve is coated with a sliding lubricant.
From production Dates:
January 13, 1987 sliding sleeve
January 21, 1987 guide sleeve
950/01 74 H 045671 sliding sleeve
950/01 74 H 4834 guide sleeve
928.304.231.06 sliding sleeve 3rd-4th gear
930.304.221.06 guide sleeve 3rd-4th gear
In case of complaints of jumping out of 4th gear while driving, first check the shift rod adjustment as follows:
- Lift shift diagram cap off shift lever knob.
- Unscrew shift lever knob allen screw and pull off knob.
- Dismantle center console, slide over shift lever and put aside (electrical equipment remains connected).
- Measure distance between shift base bushing and shift lever with 4th gear engaged. Should be 5mm (picture 2). If necessary, loosen shift base bolts and move shift base to obtain correct adjustment. Torque bolts to 23 Nm (17 ft. lbs.).
- Reinstall center console and shift knob.
If no improvement, install both new type sleeves.
Note: Punch marks on the level end of the sliding sleeve (3 marks) must be aligned with balls of the guide sleeve.
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