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Tire compressor

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I just discovered that the compressor pump in the tool kit is missing. What is its part number for an '05 997 C2S? Thanks.

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997.652.051.00 Tire compressor -- US MSRP $302.78

I am sure the good folks at Sunset Imports (Porsche parts at Dealer Cost) can give you a much better price...

Woah! That's darn near the price of a new front tire, but it's not unexpected. I'll get a quote from Sunset, and there's also a Porsche specialty salvage yard here in north L.A., that I'll try. Many thanks.

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I would also try the Oklahoma Porsche salvage yard.

They worked fine for me.

Paul

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I purchased a replacement at WalMart. It is the exact same size, and fits in the car perfectly.

Around $20.

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997.652.051.00 Tire compressor -- US MSRP $302.78

I am sure the good folks at Sunset Imports (Porsche parts at Dealer Cost) can give you a much better price...

The L.A. dismantler has one for around $130 in what looks like an unused condition, but the p/n on a photo of the unit the unit reads: 997.652.053.01. A series of photos shows a pump in a trapezoidal shaped case with compartments for the air line plus gauge and the connector to the cigar lighter socket. The outside of the housing has several pictographs illustrating the operating instructions. What's the significance of the slight difference in part numbers? The dismantler says that the unit is from a very low mileage 997, but no MY is given. Thanks.

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997.652.051.00 Tire compressor -- US MSRP $302.78

I am sure the good folks at Sunset Imports (Porsche parts at Dealer Cost) can give you a much better price...

The L.A. dismantler has one for around $130 in what looks like an unused condition, but the p/n on a photo of the unit the unit reads: 997.652.053.01. A series of photos shows a pump in a trapezoidal shaped case with compartments for the air line plus gauge and the connector to the cigar lighter socket. The outside of the housing has several pictographs illustrating the operating instructions. What's the significance of the slight difference in part numbers? The dismantler says that the unit is from a very low mileage 997, but no MY is given. Thanks.

That is an older part number. There are 3 or 4 different compressors.

Some of the compressors are shaped differently to fit in the 4WD cars.

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997.652.051.00 Tire compressor -- US MSRP $302.78

I am sure the good folks at Sunset Imports (Porsche parts at Dealer Cost) can give you a much better price...

The L.A. dismantler has one for around $130 in what looks like an unused condition, but the p/n on a photo of the unit the unit reads: 997.652.053.01. A series of photos shows a pump in a trapezoidal shaped case with compartments for the air line plus gauge and the connector to the cigar lighter socket. The outside of the housing has several pictographs illustrating the operating instructions. What's the significance of the slight difference in part numbers? The dismantler says that the unit is from a very low mileage 997, but no MY is given. Thanks.

That is an older part number. There are 3 or 4 different compressors.

Some of the compressors are shaped differently to fit in the 4WD cars.

The dismantler's price suddenly shot up to one that's more than what I'd pay for a brand new one from Sunset! I might check SPIRO's Wal-Mart suggestion as well.

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I purchased a replacement at WalMart. It is the exact same size, and fits in the car perfectly.

Around $20.

Found one at Target for $15. It's by Bell, the skid-lid folks, and it fits in the little compartment like it was made for it! Cheers.

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Way to go. Spend your money on the really important maintenance/performance items!

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I just got a lovely 2003 996 turbo, but is missing the tire filling air compressor. Anyone know the part number, cost, where to get, or a good substitute?? My first RennTech post ever. Thanks in advance.

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I just got a lovely 2003 996 turbo, but is missing the tire filling air compressor. Anyone know the part number, cost, where to get, or a good substitute?? My first RennTech post ever. Thanks in advance.

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997-652-055-00 Compressor -- US MSRP $376.56

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