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Everything posted by Loren

  1. Yes. You use the complete tailpipe from where it attaches to the muffler pipe. See my PSE install here
  2. Sounds like MAF sensor to me but it would be nice to know what the codes were.
  3. No, not for the new GT3 at this time. You could go the route that rockitman did (Europipe muffler/race cat) here
  4. Parts are $1558.80 (see Porsche Parts at Dealer Cost above). If you just install the mufflers (open all the time) you are looking at about 1 hour labor. If you install all the electronics and vacuum stuff then it is an additional 5 to 9 hours. Porsche quotes 10 hours total in the their install TSB. Here in Calif we (unfortunately) expect to pay $80 - $100 (USD) per hour for labor.
  5. Umm... I think they want the speedometer A wire which is used by all Porsche Nav systems. I don't know the color code on the Cayenne but it comes directly off the instrument cluster.
  6. With all due respect I really don't think you want to take the dash out... (Jeff's pic)
  7. You care to share any of that info? While my own troubleshooting would lead me to agree with the technicians diagnosis that the bleeder seat is damaged, it would be interesting to know if the TSB pertains to the slave cylinder componet or elsewhere in the system. While I believe the dealership will now be resolve my problem, a TSB that affects the slave cylinder might help him cover it under warranty and lessen the possibility of hard feelings towards me for making such a big deal over my situation. Depending on the model year there are several "clutch squeaks". Most are pedal or pedal
  8. From what I can tell from the parts list - yes. It appears that the 000 number is a kit and 996 number just the one large part.
  9. 911 095 933 20 37W Midnight Blue Metallic This is the two stage applicator with primer/color and clear varnish. I am not aware of any spray can touch up paint for Porsches. In most cases you would need to buy a small can of your paint from a paint supply shop (or have a shop mix some for you) spray the area and then put several clear coats on top.
  10. Dated Feburary 16, 2004 And the second one (MY2004 only)... Dated February 16, 2004 And a third one for MY2003 only... Dated Feburary 16, 2004
  11. Yes, but it will lower your car too. Make sure you can live with a car that is 3/4 inch lower in front and 1/2 inch in the rear. It doesn't sound like much but if you already have trouble in some driveways...
  12. I believe that part 1 is a complete center console with ashtray, side panels , etc. in arctic silver. And, part 2 is just the rear console piece (without ashtray, side panels etc.).
  13. The radio for the CGT is in (at least) 3 pieces. There is a base unit (that may be hidden in the car), a control unit (knobs etc.) and a (remote) display unit for the console. I don't have prices just part numbers. I'll send you what I have.
  14. 19" wheels take the starshaped center caps. 955 361 303 02 9A1 Silver starshaped center caps (4 needed).
  15. Did you know you can do a 30,000 service yourself for about $100? That is what the parts cost. There is a filter package that includes air, oil, pollen filters and the oil plug seal for $88 at Porsche Parts at Dealer Cost. Six spark plugs (depending on the year of your car since later models don't get changed till 60,000) would add another $40-$50. I have seen dealer prices for the same service anywhere from $485 to $985.
  16. The two most common causes of CELs are a poor gas cap seal (regardless of the recalled caps) and a poor oil filler cap seal. You likely need to have the dealer readout the fault code or get someone with an OBD II scan tool to do the same. It could be something very simple like I mentioned.
  17. Has your car had the gas cap recall (replacement) performed?
  18. Should be replacing the whole deck lid... right? So, just proper alignment. You will need a new small wiring harness (if they do not provide one) to prevent the spoiler light from staying on (996 612 070 51). Why etc. is described here
  19. According to my Nov 2003 price list: $21,509.08 uninstalled.
  20. I'm not ToolPants but... To make this work you would need the valving (9) and compressor (3) plus the tubing etc. not to mention the electronic control. I think it can be done but it would be a lot of work.
  21. The brakes and clutch system share the same reservoir. You can easily skip bleeding the clutch but the fluid will likely mix in with the new brake fluid and slightly lower the boiling point. Bleeding the clutch is not hard. Just follow the instructions on the DIY page.
  22. The base carpet is all one piece so it is different for a coupe and cab (and targa).
  23. :oops: Sorry, my bad. I fixed the link above or use the Loren's DIY pages link at the top of page...
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