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    Free Union Va
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  • Present cars
    86 930
    04 4s Cab
    08 Turbo
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    Any Porsche
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    57 356 A
    66 912
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  1. I have an 08 TT cab. that has been running great with no issues. Recently my spoiler would raise properly but not retract. I checked the bottom of the rams and did have leaking fluid although not enough (yet) to leak into the engine compartment. I choose to remove the hydraulics and install a Renn Kit electric after market "e-ram" system. Everything is installed correctly but still have the same problem- spoiler won't retract. I do get the dash warning lights and the manual button on my center console stays lit. When I reboot the system by locking and starting the car the wing retracts and all
  2. My 996 4s Cab wo t allow my usual gentle push to pivot the fuel door open. Car does not have a release in the cab area and only requires a simple push to open. It does move some but just won’t release. Fuel light is on and almost out of gas. Help!
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