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    Porsche 996 Carrera 4 1999MY
  1. I own a 997.1 GT3 for which I purchased a trailer hitch from Willwood System. Before I begin the installation, I am determined to learn as much as I can about wiring and connections for the trailer lights. How do I tap into the Porsches tail light system wire harness?
  2. Sir; How did you get the subject pin bolt off? Mine are VERY tight. Is the thread cw or ccw? The pin bolt head will rotate only a few degrees. Thanks.
  3. Thanks for trying. The drawing does not describe my 997 GT3 brake pin, which does not have a circle clip.
  4. I need some help! I purchased new front pads for my 997 GT3 and do not understand how to remove the old pads. The pin which secures the pad expanding spring appears to be threaded and does not match the assembly depicted in the forum's pad change procedure. Anyone have experience with this issue?
  5. The Porsche tech at my local dealer tells me that the GT3 and the RS have different engine assembly part numbers. RS engines are balanced to a tighter tolerance. The tech shared this info when we were discussing a change to a single mass flywheel that I was contemplating for my GT3.
  6. Does anyone have a procedure for the removal of the rear facia/bumper cover? I have purchased a trailer hitch from Willwood and need to remove the facia to install the receiver. Thanks for your help.
  7. I own a 2007 GT3 for which I have purchased new rear brake pads, Pagid Yellow 19's. I will appreciate someone providing the torque spec for brake caliper bolts and rotor screws. Thanks in advance!
  8. I purchased an X74 kit from Gert at Carnewal. I have begun my attempt to install it myself, beginning with the front. I downloaded a procedure for M030 installation to use as a guide but it has become appearant that front strut removal on a Carrera 4 is different than a C2. Can anyone help me find instructions for removal of front struts on a Carrera 4?
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