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Everything posted by Loren

  1. I sent you the TSB with the full instructions...
  2. On MY99 cars there is a TSB (8/99 6924 Airbag Warning Lamp On (dated 10-8-1999)) that says faulty seat belt connectors can cause the airbag light to come on. The seat belt connectors are replaced with ones that have gold contacts. If your car has not had the seat belt connector corrective action then it should have it done as this is a likely cause. About a 2 hour job at the dealer - and since this is a known problem I would think most dealers would do it as a courtesy service.
  3. Should be. The wiring component layout in the service manual shows no difference (for the backup wire) for LHD vs. RHD. Also, that would be black/blue (black with blue stripe) NOT blue/black.
  4. That would depend on the power draw for your trailer lights. If it is not too much then you could just increase the fuse size (slightly).
  5. According to Porsche 750 TU (or 7.5 hours). To route the wiring under the carpet you need to remove the seats and rear console.
  6. For a MY99... look on pages 174 to 184. It's all there -- honest :D
  7. There are no additional HP in any aftermarket muffler including the PSE (no matter what their ads say). To get more HP you would also need to change out the cats, headers and re-program (chip) the DME.
  8. Not that I am aware of without changing the seats and the mounts. Brey-Krause makes a "tall man kit" but it only works with GT3 seats. Brey-Krause
  9. The rear console is covered in the B&M Short Shifter instructions. You can download the B&M instructions here (about 2.5 MB). They are actually very good and include pictures.
  10. The microswitch in the front trunk is know to cause this sort of problem. Be sure and check it or take the bulb out to test.
  11. Well, everything looks ok in the picture so you must be either getting hung up on the ducting or the damage to the bumper is causing the misalignment. These things fit pretty well so you bumper damage still may be the problem.
  12. I was looking for a straight on shot where we can see alignment of radiators and ducts. Like this:
  13. If the bumper alignment is that far off something is wrong. Do you have a pic of the ducting (bumper off). It should look like the one in my DIY.
  14. Corrosion Technologies Corporation Mine arrived in about 2 days.
  15. 10 ft-lbs with silicone type 1209 from the Drei Bond company on sealing surface.
  16. I just use a regular jack with a hockey puck on the center of it.
  17. You are talking about the small vents under the rear window on the inside... right? If so, they are: 996 555 645 00 Grille Laquered (Left) 996 555 646 00 Grille Laquered (Right) They only come in Granite Grey (D05) or Black (A03) so you would need to paint them. The color code needs to be added to the end of the part number to order them (i.e. 996 555 645 00 A03).
  18. According to what I found it the connector for that plugs into the older lighter to add an accessory. Goes way back to the 356 and as far forward as the 89 Carrera. I don't know if it will work in todays cars as they use a more standard lighter socket now.
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