Used this to rebuild the washer system on my '86 928S. Direct replacement fir for the old one. To install the pump with these you need to install these on the pump then spray them down with WD-40. Spray the mounting holes with WD-40 too. Place the pump lightly in position on the fender with the bushings sticking through the holes. Then go into the wheel well an grip the pointy end of the bushing with some pliers and PULL. The bushings with "pop" in to place. It was a lot easier to get them in than out.
February 2, 2015
a bit of job but they worked
July 20, 2013
Difficult to install, plenty of forum post on install. Don't skimp out on these and reuse the old ones.
October 14, 2012
Difficult to use and pricey
I'm not sure why these are so $$$. They are very difficult to install even when coated in grease. I used a small flat head screwdriver to help seat them. Still, it took a while. You might better off bolting the washer to the plate.
March 28, 2011
A bit pricey, yes.. I had no problem with the install.. Just lube them up well first..
October 15, 2009
Cost is rediculous - impossible to install without damage.
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