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Porsche 2004 996 Turbo Coupe. Seems like I may have to swap emergency release bars the old to the new one. Spoke to the local indy, but I can't seem to pry off the new one.
I am replacing the hood lock and I have no idea how to remove the emergency cable from the current lock. Anyone have any ideas?? Thanks
Engine misfire? Who said anything about that, this has nothing to do with the engine and we have the pro durametric all up to date. Anyone else that may have had symptoms like this? Thanks
The front wheels/brakes want to lock up. The brake pedal becomes dull. We already replaced the Wheel speed sensors and steering angle sensor which had come up in the codes. This car is mafless...........anyone have this issue??
SOLVED: Recalibrate the steering angle sensor. good to go.........I put on a new steering wheel not to long ago and never recalibrated.
Its a 2004 996 turbo
So I pulled the code and it says Steering angle sensor failure. From slow rolls when I turn the wheel the front brakes lock up and then psm abs failure comes on. Should I just replace the sensor? Anyone else see or have this before??