Porsche 928 How to Replace Timing Belt and Water Pump STEP 1 – REMOVE FRONT OF ENGINESTEP 2 – REMOVE TIMING BELTSTEP 3 – REMOVE WATER PUMPSTEP 4 – REMOVE, REBUILD, AND INSTALL TENSIONERSTEP 5 – INSTALL NEW WATER PUMPSTEP 6 – INSTALL AND TIGHTEN NEW TIMING BELTSTEP 7 – INSTALL THE FRONT OF THE ENGINESTEP 8 – BREAKING IT INRELATED DISCUSSIONS1. Start with a cold engine. Disconnect the battery ground strap behind the tool tray. 1. Raise front of car. Put the jack under the lower control arm rear support to raise the jack stand higher at the front point.(Related Article: Porsche 928: How to Jack Up Your Porsche - Rennlist) 1. Open hood and set out service covers/blankets. Remove engine belly pans (9mm and 10mm sockets). 1. Loosen coolant reservoir cap. Loosen the radiator drain cock with a flat head screwdriver and drain radia..See more on rennlist Videos of porsche 928 timing belt replacement Click to view on YouTube35:331980 Porsche 928 Timing Belt Installation1 viewsYouTube · Click to view on YouTube1:061991 Porsche 928 Timing belt description12K viewsYouTube · 7/27/2011Click to view on YouTube0:33Porsche 928 engine running after timing belt change12K viewsYouTube · 3/3/2010See more videos of porsche 928 timing belt replacement Porsche 928 Timing Belt Replacement Cost Estimate The average cost for a Porsche 928 timing belt replacement is between $2,174 and $2,388. Labor costs are estimated between $642 and $811 while parts are priced between $1532 and $1577. Estimate does not include taxes and fees. 928 S4 Service - Timing Belt - Rennlist Timing-Belt Procedure (In only 175 easy steps!) Subject: 1987 Porsche 928 S4 Automatic Mileage: 119,177 VIN: WPOJBO928HS860179 (early build, August 1986) Engine #: M28/42 - 81H05136 November 10-13, 2000 At 82½ inches long, the Porsche 928 timing-belt is one of the longest ever used in a production automobile.