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Everything posted by Loren

  1. Front: 235/40ZR x 18 Rear: 295/30ZR x 18 These worked fine on my car (MY99 996 Coupe). My front wheels were 8" not the stock 7.5". I do not think you can go any wider on the front and very little on the rear.
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  3. Normally if there were a cam/valve issue you would get a fault code for that also.
  4. It is always helpful if you give us the exact month and year of your car. If this is a C4 then front or rear axle.
  5. 991 Diagnostic manual is part of the PIWIS tester system -- PIWIS leases for $18,000 per year (no typo - eighteen thousand dollars per year)
  6. P1467 Radiator fans 2: Mechanical fault Possible fault causes: Radiator fans 2 stiff or blocked Radiator fans 2 Faulty
  7. Please used the Classifieds section of this website for "Wanted" items. This topic is now closed.
  8. I sent you a PM... but I am afraid it is time to trace wires back looking damage.
  9. The mirror heating is part of the door control unit. You may likely need a PIWIS tester to further diagnose or to reprogram the door CU.
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