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About Porschelibrarian

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    Miami Beach, Fl
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    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
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    Porsche 996 cab

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  1. Porschelibrarian

    PIWIS 2 adaptor for 993 and older?

    I was able to order a few for a couple shops. Email me forbmore information. The durametric cable ( from the USB port to the car ) does not work with a PIWIS or PIWIS 2
  2. Porschelibrarian

    how do you know if the clutch is going bad?

    It looks likebI need to replace the clutch in my 2004 996TT. I am getting some slip from 3k rpm to 4k rpm. I am curious about going with Sachs OEM or other. Any imput and recommendations would be appreciated.
  3. What about the material in the diagnostic manual? The 996 diagnistic manual covers mist idnthe electronics ( abs, seat memory.....)
  4. Porschelibrarian

    New 996TT owner

    First order of business is to correct the top. I need to replace the hydraulic cylinders. Does anyone know the lengh of the hoses in 2004 996 TT cabriolet? I need to send the proper set to exchange and that way I can open everthing up remove and replace, close and reprogram one time. Thanks
  5. Porschelibrarian

    New 996TT owner

    The lip has a few small scratches but Ill leave it till I learn how low and where it is in relation to parking. First relatively major job next week is cab top cams they sqeak, slight leak and air..... So I wont drop rhe top till after I cha ge out bit its too hot in Miami to do rhst till October.
  6. Porschelibrarian

    996TT Fuel Level Issue

    Id recommend a PST2 or PIWIS 1 PIWIS 2 is overkill and there are a few issues connecting models prior to 2010 to the new PIWiS 3. However the components to make a PST2 are getting scarce do to age and Bosch stopped supporting or making spare parts for the KTS 520.
  7. Porschelibrarian

    New 996TT owner

    Its here its here and thank you for your input. I think I will keep it stock ecxept to uograde radio from PCM bose with nav to new with nav, sat, backup camera and bluetooth and out originan radio aside til I decide to sell it a long way off In sure. Meanwhile Im looking forward to next PCA DE at Moroso ( now PBIR ) to see how I do in this compard to my prior 3.4l 996.
  8. Porschelibrarian

    New 996TT owner

    Its on its way... Should have it Monday as my new daily driver..
  9. Porschelibrarian

    New 996TT owner

    Im about to purchase a 2004 996 TT. Ive had a 964 and a 996 previous but this will be my first 911 Turbo. It is stock so what are your recommendations for upgrades?
  10. Its always better to send me an email.  Thank you 

  11. Is there a way or what is the procedure using a PIWIS with update . 18.1 to tell a 991.2 ( w/o sport exhaust ) that it has sport exhaust?
  12. I too was looking for the 2004 Cayenne Turbo Manual....

  13. Hello,

    I'm looking for a service manual for my Cayenne S 08.

    can you help me?

    PeppeA 

    Miami

  14. Porschelibrarian

    PIWIS II will not diagnose 996 and 986

    The PIWIS 11 will diagnose the 996 and even further back to the 993, 964,, 928 and 968 if you have proper adapter plug. I have helped with quite a few PIWIS II units and all of them cover all models from 90''s forward up thru 2017 models. Please post a photo from your screen after you have selected doagnostics an f then , 911 with the various 911 models it is displaying. That should and confirm that you have 18.1 and the models available to you as a start.
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