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Everything posted by Rufrob

  1. I have done some searches and nothing seems to match my issue, or the threads simply stop without a satisfactory conclusion. A friend bought a Boxster at auction which would not go into Park. I checked the cable, links and switch, all are fine. I removed the oil pan to find the link inside has separated from the slide rod. I loosened the valve body enough to reattached the slide rod and re-torqued the valve body. Refilled the transmission with new filter. When cold it selects gears and drives fine. But as it warms up, the selector gets stiffer until it pops out again and I cant select park. Which means as the transmission warms up something is binding the slide rod inside the transmissions. Does anyone have any insight as to what I should do next? Thanks Rob
  2. It worked. Thanks so much. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Thanks I’ll try it Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Hello i need help with a radio code for a used radio I bought. The dealer here in Japan won’t help Typ: CCR2200 Model No: BE 6626 Serial No: 15000060 EC: 101 Porsche part number 996.645.127.10 any assistances will be greatly appreciated.
  5. Hello. I hope someone can help me with a code for a used radio a bought. Type: CCR 2200 Model: BE 6626 Serial Number: 15000060 EC 101 Porsche dealer here in Japan are wholly not supportive for anything older than 2 years. Thanks
  6. If anyone is curious this is what is rattling inside your 996 fuel sender. Why the big metal ball in a plastic cage. It seems to have a venting purpose. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. I’m having the same issue. I pulled the tank unit and yes it rattles like a baby rattle. I’m afraid to open it lest I’m left stranded. So when I have enough money I plan to buy a used unit, drop it in and open the defective unit. I changed strut, strut bearing, stabilizer link. I found the problem when I had the car on jack stands checking ball joints and tie rods. My 02 996tt has 30,000km. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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