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  1. Yes, replacing a fan does not require draining coolant. I doubt both fans would die at once - plus you say you can run them through Durametric. If you clear the codes and run the car (with AC on) which is the first fault code?
  2. The airbag control unit is usually right below the PCM - so check that wires were not damaged or accidentally disconnected.
  3. PM me your VIN and I will lookup your options.
  4. Enough - back on topic. We can debate IMS bearings all day just like oil. The original posters question has been answered.
  5. 7PP 907 527 A Temperature Sensor - US MSRP $69.82 As I recall the sensor is in the ducting panel under the dash.
  6. 996 612 070 51 Wiring Harness should work for all coupe models including MY2001.
  7. It would be listed on the factory options list.
  8. The C4S rear bumper is also different will not likely fit your car without modification - because your car is a narrow wheelbase car and C4S is a wide body (like the Turbo). The taillights are also different and like the bumper may not fit in your narrow body car. In my opinion this is going to be an expense conversion if you want to do it right. ps. I personally would never buy from LA Dismantler - too many horror stories from those that have.
  9. What model radio? (on the front panel)
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