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Take a picture of it flipped over. It may just be a body plug. What part of the engine bay did you find it?
It's the engine compartment light connector.
It's 24 foot pounds.
Many times a buzzing from the HVAC fan is because of either some leaves have fallen into the cowl air intake on the passenger side of the vehicle in the front engine or trunk area, or more likely on older cars like 996/997/986/987s is that the foam inside the HVAC blower box has started to deteriorate and a piece of foam is now rubbing on the fan. You can easily access this area where the fan is, by removing to cow plastic covering the cabin filter, removing the cabin filter and cleaning out all of the stuff that has collected in the fan area.
Orient Express replied to 356to966's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)Using the cigarette lighter is perfectly safe. I have a 996 that has been on a maintainer connected through the lighter for several years now.
I've been using Mahle filters on my 996 and my other German cars for many years. Porsche sources their branded filters from them, and the Mahle brand is the same quality but cheaper. I get my filters on Amazon.
Orient Express replied to Gullwing's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)How many miles (Km's) do you have on your 996? The coolant should replaced every 100,000 miles as it just gets gunky over time. The stuff in your oil filler may just be moisture that accumulates in the oil over time, especially if the car is mainly driven short distances without it getting a chance to warm up.
That sensor and its grommet is a real pain in the ***. This especially true if you show your 996 in Concours. There is always the overzealous judge that wants to reach way back on top of the engine to find dirt, and will unwittingly push the sensor down, and the grommet pushes out and fall down in the engine. And of course there is no way to retrieve the grommet without removing the engine. I have had this happen to my 996 several times, so I ended up taking a new grommet and adding super glue to its seating groove so it is in there good now.
DIY your Brakes, and save. http://www.renntech.org/forums/tutorials/article/53-brake-pad-change-instructions/ It's not hard at all, you can do all 4 axles plus a brake fluid flush in under 2 hours.
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Notice the orientation of the front and rear lift points, the fronts are 90 degrees from the rears. This is a safety feature, which requires jack stands to also be place 90 degrees to each other. This minimizes the chance that the car will slide off of the jack stands, but only if they do not have a item like a hockey puck in between.
Many times the 2 beep alarm fault is because the center console arm rest storage door is not fully latched, or the rear side windows are not closed. Because the interior security motion sensors are IR based, sometimes when the car's interior gets hot, the movement of the stratified air in the cabin will set off the alarm. Also make sure the hood and boot are fully closed and latched.
The default mode for the PSE is on or "loud". That can be set by simply removing the vacuum lines from the mufflers and plugging the lines, or disconnecting the electrical connection to the solenoid.
If it's up in the center of the Frunk, above where the spare tire is, then yes, it for the Bose amp.
The same leveling sensor is also used in VW Golfs and other VW/Audis. They are a good backup supplier for stuff like this.