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Old 08-07-2017, 08:59 PM   #1
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shoulder belt strap screw cover

Any ideas about where to find the little cap that covers the shoulder belt positioning strap screw? I did a search, didn't find anything. Maybe something That would work. Thanks in advance.

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Just for clarification, this is for your sport seats correct? The pic you sent me might help
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Just for clarification, this is for your sport seats correct? The pic you sent me might help
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PET shows 999-507-670-40 as [cap 12,8 x 14,5] within the countersunk-head screw portion (page 817-20). Hopefully that's what you need.
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Just for clarification, this is for your sport seats correct? The pic you sent me might help
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PET shows 999-507-670-40 as [cap 12,8 x 14,5] within the countersunk-head screw portion (page 817-20). Hopefully that's what you need.
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PET shows 999-507-670-40 as [cap 12,8 x 14,5] within the countersunk-head screw portion (page 817-20). Hopefully that's what you need.
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It's the porsche parts catalogue. Online on the Porsche site.
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PET shows 999-507-670-40 as [cap 12,8 x 14,5] within the countersunk-head screw portion (page 817-20). Hopefully that's what you need.
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It's the porsche parts catalogue. Online on the Porsche site.
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Got it ordered! 😁 I have one more that I'm having trouble with. It's the square plastic piece that connects to the rod with the ball on the end that goes in to the slider on the shifter. If I knew what it was called i might be able to find it. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
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Got it ordered! 😁 I have one more that I'm having trouble with. It's the square plastic piece that connects to the rod with the ball on the end that goes in to the slider on the shifter. If I knew what it was called i might be able to find it. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
I'm going to be upset if I gave you the wrong info.

Is it 10 or 11 that you're referring to?


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[QUOTE=Deserion;546444]I'm going to be upset if I gave you the wrong info.

Is it 10 or 11 that you're referring to?

The part I ordered was the screw cover that I asked about in the beginning of this thread. I got an answer so quick I thought what the heck, I'll ask about another.
The linkage bushing is the second part I have been looking for. It fits on the shifter here:


Unfortunately its not shown on the diagram you posted. It fit onto the ball and goes into the slider on the left side of the shifter.
As for the cover you told me about, if it's wrong don't worry about it. They only cost $1.89 each.
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PET shows 999-507-670-40 as [cap 12,8 x 14,5] within the countersunk-head screw portion (page 817-20). Hopefully that's what you need.
............... and you were 100% correct 🎉 Thanks for the help 😀

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