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I am looking for some help/advice on how to remove my speedo gauge face. I have everything removed but can’t figure out this last piece in the center. Thanks in advance.
I have a 2002 Porsche 911 C2 that I have been doing mods to and have a question. My car came with factory PSE installed but no switch, I installed the switch the plug was behind the center dash bezel already and installed the 03 style relay but it still does not work? Have any of you added the switch and 03 relay to your car?
Ordered both these, thank you for your help on this.
Can we buy just the van holders out of that kit you sent a link to Ahsai? I am ordering the tools today. Thank you
Thank you, that is what I will do
Thank you all for your help, what is different about my M96.03? Vertex shows one tool for my year and another site says will not work on M96.03 I believe it’s not the 997 tool. Can I buy the cam lock/holder by itself?
This is what Pelican parts emailed me yesterday regarding my 2002 M96 Porsche 911 Trevar, I do not list the camshaft tools for your vehicle at this time. Thank you for contacting us. Best regards, Wes Huetten | Parts Specialist | Pelican Parts Inc. 1600 240th Street | Harbor City, CA 90710 | USA Office: 310-626-8765 | Fax: 310-626-8764 Email: email@example.com
Looking to buy the proper camshaft timing tool and holding tool. Thanks for the help in advance.
I am installing a new short block due to a scored cylinder and am having no luck finding proper camshaft timing tool and holder. I see lots of kits that say up to 2001? Any help would be appreciated.