My clutch pedal on my 2006 4S went all the way the floor. It popped up, but it's happened twice now. I just had my 6 year/60000 maintenance performed and never had a problem before then.
Country: United StatesMake: PorscheModel: 911 Carrera 4S
Nothing really. The cluth popped back up but I'm worried about it happening again. I've driven Porsche for 25 years and this has never happened to me before.
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There has been a service bulletin for that type of concern. Here is what it states.
Clutch Pedal Does Not Fully Reach its Original Position
This is caused by air in the hydraulic system. In the event of a complaint, bleed the hydraulic system according to the revised instructions in the Workshop Manual, --> see Enclosure and Preliminary information --> Workshop Manual '300107 Bleeding the clutch system'.
If, contrary to expectations, the problem occurs again after you have carried out the required remedial action, the following procedure applies:
--> Workshop Manual (986) '302331 Converting clutch line on master cylinder' --> (Step 8).
Bleeding the clutch system
Use only new Super DOT 4 class brake fluid. This brake fluid is available under the following part numbers:
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