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NJshoreC2S.2

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About NJshoreC2S.2

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    Brielle, NJ
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  • Present cars
    2009 Carrera S Cabriolet
  • Future cars
    2018 Carrera 4S Cabriolet
  • Former cars
    2000 Boxter S
    1983 911SC Targa
  1. Clogs drains in the front of my 997.2 caused water to enter on the passenger side and damaged the amp under the front seat. That was 2 years ago. Thanks for the reminder to check those things asap.
  2. You can also use the lighter socket and still lock the car and arm the alarm. If you feel along the bottom of the driver's door (almost below the review mirror), you will find a recess that allows the cable to be run past the door seals, allowing full closure of the door. Thanks! Good to know.
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