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If your third brake is in the spoiler then yes - if your third brake light is in the back window then no.
Okay, now I am puzzled...
Sorry, can you tell me the number of wires and the color code of each wire?
Does this car have an Aerokit read spoiler or other fixed wing spoiler? If so, then the connector is not used.
Loren replied to 9552T500's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)Sorry, Bridgestone was on the 2007 Approved Tires TSB...
Loren replied to twanny's topic in 986 Boxster Top Issues and SolutionsIt depends. If the throttle body came from a 199 996 then it would be mechanical (cable driven). But that was the last year.
Loren replied to Ronnie38's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)Those codes possible faults are: ATF level not OK Mechanical/hydraulic fault in transmission (e.g. solenoid valve does not operate despite correct electrical triggering Did you fill the transmission using the temperature probe for proper fill level? If not, that might be the simple solution.
Loren replied to twanny's topic in 986 Boxster Top Issues and SolutionsJFP is correct - physically different - including pinouts and connectors..
Loren replied to SteveTTT's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)C4S is a wide body and it is going to need Turbo sideskirts.
I would need to read those specific manual entries. Safety Nuts have a rounded/crimped side with locking material inside.
I would say yes -just to be safe. Chances are something else will move when you remove the spindle.
The parts list only shows a lock not on the lower wishbone, driveshaft and wheel hub nuts. I personally would use Loctite blue (or equal) on all nuts and bolts that do not have lock nuts - but it is not needed don lock nuts.
I sent you a PM.