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Is there an instruction video or anything like that on removing the fender?
Hello all. I recently hit a deer about a month ago and totally wrecked the front passenger side. With new parts on the way I wanted to know how to remove the passenger side fender so that I could install the new one. Any other pointers would be appreciated. Wanted to upload picture but it isn’t allowing me to do so.
Hello everyone. I was going 15 over and I came to a decline I didn’t know was there and my car caught some air and the Roll protection bars deployed. They’re spring loaded. Does anyone know how to put them back down? It won’t let me post a picture of them. I’m in a 2000 911 Carrera 2 Cab.
Thank all of you. I’m driving a C2. Looking forward to jumping up a size. I’ve got my eyes set on some wheels, and they come with 295, so wanted to make sure I would clear. Brand new 888s with the wheels
Hello, I’m running stock wheels and tire sizes on my 996 Carrera Cab. I was wondering if I’d be able to fit a 295/30r18 on my car without any rub. Anyone familiar? Thank you.
So if I wanted to do it I’d have to get the front spoiler as well
My car is a 996 Cab. I’m looking to make it a gt3 look alike but according to Dealer the coupe and the Convertibles have different deck lid sizes. Is that correct. If so anyone know the dimensions? Looking to get the 996 Cup Wing and Decklid. Thank you for all input.
Hello, I plan to order some muffler bypass pipes and just swap my mufflers back in when it’s time for emissions test. Will removing the mufflers before having the pipes and driving with no mufflers melt the bumper? I would have the pipes in about a month or so
I’m gonna take out all the spark plugs and coils tonight and re install. Maybe they cross threaded. Worth a shot.
What spec do they need to be? I just put in some Denso Double Platinums. Specs are in the pic.
Just got the reading. 4.5
It’s a 2000. I had a CEL telling me fuel was running lean. Changed the MAF and that went away. Give me about 30 mins and I can tell you what it’s reading at. In a live data I did before it was at 5.25. But I’ll check again to make sure it’s same as before
P0300 P0302 P0304 P0305 P1126 P1133 All the codes that are there now. The 6,1, and 3rd went away apparently. And the 2nd popped up
I meant on the live data it’s the 02B1S1
So I have an Obd2 reader. But just not a durametric. I know it’s worth the money but have been spending my fun money on parts. I do have live readings. On the scanner I believe they are the shrtft1&2 and longft1&2. Is that correct?