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    996
  1. Worked! Thank you again. This is a great service to the Porsche community.
  2. Replacing my rusted out battery tray and don't have radio code for CDR-220. Thank you. Serial: W50 12084 Type: 4462
  3. I also have a '99 with exact same conditions described. When I start the car after a couple weeks the sounds is there. If I use the car consecutive days the sound is much less or not there at all. From all the reading I have done, the IMS chain tensioner is a possible cause and not addressing it can increase wear on the tensioner paddle. I plan to replace this tensioner soon (pn 99610518059).
  4. Would be great to get some more input from forum members on this issue. Keep driving the car or do I tear the engine down to fix the crack / replace the case half? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  5. Thanks. Will keep in mind. Sent from my Nexus 5 using Tapatalk
  6. Hi All. I'm a new owner of a 996 3.4 MK1 looking for advice on an unusual problem. I have discovered two small cracks in the engine case where one of the four engine carrier studs sit. The attached pictures shows exactly where the cracks are. I suspect this was caused by a previous owner backing the car into a hard object that lifted the engine and stressed the engine mounting. There is damage evident on the engine bracket and oil pan. If there is some positive here, it is that I see the cracks pointing down & away from the case and hopefully away from the internal coo
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