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Rex Lopez

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    San Jose California
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  • Present cars
    2002 996
  • Future cars
    Panamera
  • Former cars
    1971 914, 2002 Boxers

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  1. Like to know if this is a known problem bu Porsche both of my rear regulator went out. The driver side first then the passenger side. Do anyone know how long it takes to repair. I've spoke with a few Porsche repair shop. They're telling me 4 to 5 hours for each sides that sound to much.plus the part it's self is crazy
  2. I've 2002 996 where both of my rear window regulator are broken I need to know how to repair it
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