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  1. Hey Leszaj,  I saw that you were able to replace the purge valve on your 987.1.  I am going to be attempting the same job on my 987.1 this weekend.  You mentioned that you needed to remove 4 screws on the intake manifold to loosen it.  Can you describe where these screws are located?  Also, what did you have to do in the rear wheel well?

  2. Hey, do you have any pictures of this is in the engine bay and where it attached in the wheel well? I am trying to replace the purge valve on my 987.1 part 98711012801, which sounds like the same job you did.
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