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  1. Yes, I got it. Thank you so much. One more thing, there is no starting number on any of the pins in the socket. Can you guess which is the number 1 and which is the number 18?
  2. I don't have the jack going to the 18 pin socket so I don't know what color wire is to each pin. I am talking about the black socket on the right side of speaker/power socket. As I remember, that takes a pigtail jack which I don't have any more.
  3. Loren, I was able to get this diagram online but unfortunately I don't have the jack for this terminal with the wires to identify the pins according to the colors of wires. The input jack has two rows of pins, 9 in each row(total of 18 pins). I was hopping some one could tell me what color wire is to each pin. I was able to buy the speaker side jack and not the input side jack with the wires.
  4. Thanks for the respond. It came out of a 1999 Carrera Cabriolet C2
  5. Can anyone tell me the M490 amplifier's input pin assignment on the 18 pin input jack? I like to use this amp on another audio source and it is not going in a Porsche. I need to identify each pin at the input jack of the amplifier.
  6. These boots are univesal and are made for any car as long as they fit.
  7. I inspected the ball joints. They wear tight and snug with no sign of wear after 120,000 miles. I removed the torne ball joint boots and carefully cleand them. I also cut and removed the clip that holds the lower end of the boot. I was able to find some boots from a company called Energy Suspension in San Clemente, California. The Rack and Pinion outer ends took their Part# 9.13103G and the control arm's main took part # 9.13105G. They cost about $5.00 dollars for each pair and they are made of Polyruethane. I repacked the joints with lots of new grease and mounted the new boots. I have to change the sway bar linkage boots too but, I have not found any that small. By the way, changing the shocks was a peice of cake and I am going to do the rear ones next weekend. Max
  8. Last weekend I got ready to change the front shocks on my 1999 C2, then I noticed that all the ball joint boots are cracked or damaged. I found out that you can not just replace the ball joints and it comes with the unit that it is attached to, like 928 Porsches. There is a kit for 928s that rebuilds and replaces the inside and the outside of the ball joint, but I could not find any kit for 996 porsches. Does any body have any sugestions besides changing those expensive parts ? I like to just clean and repack the ball joints but I need a set of new ball joint boots. Deos any body know where I can find different size boots ? Max
  9. I seem to have the same problem. Can you explaine a little bit more about what camber adjustment bolt you are refering to(with more details)? And, why was the bolt loose ? Was it loose due to any previous repair job ? Thanks for your help.
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