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PaulWood

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About PaulWood

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  • Birthday February 14

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    Norton, OH, USA
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  • Present cars
    2014 Cayman-S
  • Former cars
    1994 968 Coupe
    1997 993 Coupe
  1. Replaced mine once for $12, not a lot of money, but rediculous for this easily lost little piece of plastic. Porsche ought to provide each dealer with a bagfull to pass out to owners as needed. It's gone again and will not be replaced again!
  2. This may or may not apply to your situation, but thought I'd pass it along anyhow. Had a bit of a rattle somewhere in my driver-side door (C2 coupe). Sounded like it was coming from around my left ear; but couldn't seem to audibly nail it down. Aggravating, but not terrible. Then, for some unknown reason, I was moving the seat belt pivot on the pillar and noticed that it rattled a bit when I jiggled it. The bolt holding it was tight. It appeared to be designed so it would pivot easily. I took it apart and inserted an O-Ring between the washer and the pivot piece. (The sequence I used was: bolt - pivot - O-Ring - washer - pillar.) Perhaps a more elegant solution would be to use one or two neoprene or felt washers, but I had an O-Ring at had, so I used that. When I tightened the bolt back, I was still able to pivot the holder, but not quite as freely as before. I took the car for a spin over some of the troublesome roads; the rattle was gone! If all else fails in identifying a "door rattle", give your seat belt pivot a jiggle and listen for the rattle. That may be the source.
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