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  1. Thanks very much, that helps. Does a lot of plastic/skid plate have to come off to get to the end of the drain, or does it exit in some kind of more or less obvious way once I get under the car? I'm not much of a mechanic and don't have access to a lift, so am trying to learn whether I can easily get at the drain with a little can of compressed air once I climb underneath, or will I likely have a bunch of removal work first. Also, I've seen some references to a drain that runs into the passenger side of the car underneath the dash. Is this the same line, just the other end of it? A
  2. Dear all: I have water on the passenger (right) side floor board of my 2001 996 base coupe. Here are the signs and symptoms, and hopefully relevant info: the water seems to drip from the AC vent. The car hasn't been out in the rain or through a car wash since I dried it out thoroughly. Drove it for about an hour yesterday with the AC on, and the passenger side is soaked. When parked, a healthy amount of condensate came out by the left rear wheel (that's the driver's side, opposite the side where the floorboard is wet), bit nowhere else. Based on the great info on this s
  3. Thanks for the comment. I cleaned the switch on the door sill with a shot of contact cleaner, and it seems to have worked!
  4. 2001 911 Carrera: hood latch has started popping open whenever the door is unlocked (key or fob) and while driving (randomly). I've read the helpful threads on the website and understand it might be a latch adjustment, or perhaps just a good cleaning under the switch. The problem for me is that I'm on a trip and won't be home with access to my garage and tools until I drive a few hundred highway miles. I'd like to disable the latch for the drive home, but in looking at my fuse map, I can't tell which fuse to pull or whether pulling it will disable something critical to the drive.
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