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Parts for RDK sensors

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2019/10/19 13:02:20 (permalink)

Parts for RDK sensors

I'm having the wheels refurbed on my recently acquired 1989 S4.  It has the RDK pressure sensors.  Needless to say 5 out of 8 refuse to budge and the locking rings (or nuts) will have to be cut off.  Porsche say the locking rings, p/n 928 361 203 01 have been discontinued.  I may be able to get some manufactured locally but anyone have any ideas/contacts/suggestions as to where I might source some of these nuts?  Tried all the usual Google suspects.
The nuclear option is to remove all sensors, have blanking plugs welded in and inhibit the system but I would rather not go down that route unless absolutely necessary.

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    paulreginalsmith
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    Re: Parts for RDK sensors 2019/10/19 22:17:03 (permalink)
    I suggest that you ask on the 928uk email list.
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    tscaptain
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    Re: Parts for RDK sensors 2019/10/20 08:27:38 (permalink)
    I have found some for sale in France.  Not cheap at €32 each but probably cheaper than getting them made.

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    vitesse
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    Re: Parts for RDK sensors 2019/10/20 15:01:55 (permalink)
    Be careful-probably finished to Macrons rather than Microns

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    tscaptain
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    Re: Parts for RDK sensors 2019/11/17 09:56:17 (permalink)
    Ok, had locking nuts made - £50 for 8.
     
    Wheels now refurbed and looking great.  Only problem now is that the sensors in one wheel have packed up ( all were working fine before) Anyone know where to get a pair of rear sensors (92836102300) or even an old wheel  with sensors fitted?  New ones are available but stupid money.  Tried the usual suspects.

    I'm speeding because I have to get there before I forget where I'm going.
    R15 Joint RO
    Gen 2 997 turbo Guards Red/black PDK
    928 S4 Silver
    SWMBO 997 GTS Platinum silver
    Following: @PCGB_997

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