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dannyKim replied to dannyKim's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)Hi Ahsai, Thanks but, Could you please inform me of the exact location of the hoses? I can not find where they are.
The hose that I pointed out in the photo's part number seemed to be #18 (either 99610685006 or 99610685005). But I checked some diagram and confused with #33 (99610622266). Where does #33 hose connect to? I have 2002y Carerra 3.6L. Thanks.
Does anyone know where the #1 and #3 hose are connected from? To my knowledge, they are connected to the engine but don't know the exact location. I appreciate if you have a photo of them. Thanks.