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    Pewaukee, WI
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  • Present cars
    Audi q5, Cadillac ATS, 1965 Corvette
  • Future cars
    996 cabriolet
  • Former cars
    91 NSX, 67 Corvette

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  1. I had the saame problem. I put a taper on the end of the bolt and tapped it in. Then put the socket on it. worked fine.
  2. Porsche 911 2001 Carrera with heated mirrors. The Passenger side mirror works fine - side to side and up and down. The drivers side goes side to side but not up and down. I took the drivers side glass off and saw that a white nylon piece that attaches to the up-down motor was broken. Replaced the motor and I still don't have up down adjustment. Has anyone got any ideas? It sounds like a bad connection someplace. Myron
  3. Figured it out. There are two adjustable rubber bumpers. One on each corner of the lid. With the lid closed they are in compression. When you unscrew them they get longer and put more upward force on the lid, making it so that you can get your fingers between the lid and body. I unscrewed each one about one full turn. It works fine now.!!
  4. My new to me 2001 911 Cabriolet has developed a problem. When I hit the engine lid release switch I can hear the lock actuate but the lid does not pop open at all. I need to get my little plastic tool between the lid and body and twist jut a bit so that the lid opens enough to get my hand in there. When I open the lid it stays open. Seems like there needs to be more upward for force on the lid when the latch is popped. Is it the strut? By the way, I have one strut and not two. Is this correct or did a previous owner decide that he could get by with one? Thank you Myro
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