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  1. Hello, The rubber driveshaft support mount went out on me during travelling. I thought the tire was going major out of balance. Anyway I considered to buy $300+ replacement support, but did this: It is a hack, but the purpose of support mount is to absorb vibration and the heater hose can do that fine. It does not rotate, put significant load, etc. I also needed to repair right away and not wait for parts to arrive. The culprit is on rear driveshaft. I used: (it really is $2 and 2 hours of time) 9 pcs 5/8" ID heater hose (3/4"OD), $2, 1.5~2" long pieces. (
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  2. I had just read they moved it to under the dash right when you posted, thank you. Found out from the inspector that the car doesn't run cause.....it doesn't have a battery. DUH
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  3. The "immobiliser" (PAS module) on a 987 is not under the left hand seat like it is on a 986. They moved it to the center console, so they don't tend to get wet. Very cleverly, they placed the Rear Control Module under the left seat instead, so that's what gets wet now. If the problem is, in fact, the PAS module you would be better having a new one fitted. You should be able to retain the existing keys, as they can be programmed to the PAS, unlike the 986. It seems crazy to fit a used DME, keys, and PAS module combo, on which you will never be able to have new keys made, and could well
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