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    South Jersey
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  • Present cars
    2004 C4S Cabrio; Alpha Romeo Stelvio
  • Future cars
    Alpha Romeo
  • Former cars
    2004 Porsche 996 C4 Cab; 2007 Audi S4 Cab; Saab 9-3 Viggen Cab
  1. I have had this foam issue for 2 to 3 years. I line in the Northeast where humidity and heat are a problem. I now need to address problem since the windshield fogs up while running the AC with the vent selected. This is because the windshield diverted door has now deteriorated as well. My question is...can I get both doors by undoing the servo-arm above the passenger foot-well and then proceeding to the outside cowl area OR do I need to remove the dashboard to access the entire heater box?? I have read through several threads and I'm not certain that the 996 C4S procedure is
  2. Check the Frunk, trunk, glove box and center arm rest......do the lights in the frunk or trunk stay on ???
  3. I had a problem years ago with the light in the engine trunk not going off. The issue turned out to be a bad micro-switch at the glove box. In fact, using the same iPhone video technique mention previously, the frunk light was also on. The glove box micro-switch had been damaged from the folks doing a stereo upgrade for me. Another clue was that the alarm (single horn chirp) would sound when I locked car with key. I forgot to mention that the center arm rest also is tied into the security system.
  4. MY drivers seat stopped working 2 weeks ago. It was in the full forward position. The fuse was blown. I replaced and it immediately blew. Fortunately I didnt need to remove seat. Found a youtube link on how to pop cushion off. There are 2 white clips, just pull out pin then do your best to pull on pin to release the catch. I treat the pin like a handle but was careful not to tear it off. Once I was able to lift cushion, I was able to see where some off the fabric wrapping was ruffed off wires. I was also able to see some wires that were kinked and ever so slightly cut. Since the seat
  5. I had a problem years ago with the light in the engine trunk not going off. The issue turned out to be a bad micro-switch at the glove box. In fact, using the same iPhone video technique mention previously, the frunk light was also on. The glove box micro-switch had been damaged from the folks doing a stereo upgrade for me. Another clue was that the alarm (single horn chirp) would sound when I locked car with key.
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