How much does it cost to have an IMS bearing replaced?

How much does it cost to have an IMS bearing replaced?

How much does it cost to have an IMS bearing replaced?

On average, IMS bearing replacement can run $3500-4500 but the cost to have the IMS bearing changed in a Boxster or 911 can vary greatly depending on regional labor rates and also how much deferred maintenance has to be carried out.

How much does it cost to replace IMS 996?

I’ve been shopping for a 996 2000-2003 and alot of people and mechanics have told me about the IMS bearing. The cost to replace it with an aftermarket ceramic bearing runs between $1700 – $2500.

Should I replace IMS bearing?

With model year 1997 through 2005 engines, the bearing is indeed accessible. Any IMS bearing replacement is intended to be installed as a pro-active measure in preventative and regular maintenance. Once an engine has suffered a failure, replacement of the intermediate shaft bearing is no longer an option.

When should I change my IMS bearing?

Depending on which bearing is used, the recommended service interval varies by time and mileage, whichever comes first: Classic Single Row IMS Retrofit (which was superseded by the Single Row Pro) – 4 years or 50,000 miles. Single Row Pro and Classic Dual Row IMS Retrofit – 6 years or 75,000 miles.

What year did Porsche get rid of IMS?

Not to nitpick, but the difference is that in 2009 model year, Porsche eliminated the IMS bearing completely.

What are the three original IMS?

There are three basic forms of IMS hierarchical databases:

  • “Full Function” databases.
  • “Fast Path” databases.
  • High Availability Large Databases (HALDBs)

What year did Porsche fix IMS?

Porsche upgraded the IMS along with the design of the IMS bearings on 2007 model year cars onwards. For the Porsche engines fitted from 1998 to 2006/07, there have been many aftermarket solutions to address the issue We have fitted and assessed many of these solutions.