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Hi Loren I am looking for the same diagram but for a european 993 Turbo model year 1995. I believe the wiring war different for 1995 model year atleast for the M490 Amp system. Do you have that by any chance? Thanks in advance RF Sorry, this is all I have. 95_993_radio.pdf Many thanks! There appears to be no difference in the wiring other than for the CD-Changer, which is actually good news. I too am trying to put the system in my car back to stock but what puzzles me is the cable between the radio and the amplifier. The diagram shows 5 wires in the mini iso plug which normally has 6 connections between the radio and amplifier which must be: 1. Line Out LR 2. Line Out RR 3. Line Out Ground 4. Line Out LF 5. Line Out RF The 6th connection should be switched power to tell the amp to turn on but it is not clear from the diagram (could be due to my limited ability to read electric diagrams :-) Any input from somebody who have worked on these connections is much appreciated. Regards
Hi Loren I am looking for the same diagram but for a european 993 Turbo model year 1995. I believe the wiring war different for 1995 model year atleast for the M490 Amp system. Do you have that by any chance? Thanks in advance RF
r_frolich posted a topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)Hi, I am doing a bit of interior detailing on my 996 40th Anniversary edition and I am wondering what product to use on the dashboard as I am not sure whether the dashboard is leather or vinyl/plastic? I believe the 996 40th Anniversary edition was equipped with "full leather" interior but does mean the entire dashboard is leather or just the instrument cluster cover which I can see is leather due to the stiching?
Mystery solved! The 40th Anniv. Ed. was fitted with special shocks and springs in the back but with the normal ROW M030 parts in the front. Front: Shocks 996.343.041.21 Normal M030 part for 03 models Springs 996.343.531.19 Normal M030 part for 03 models (green/white) Back: Shocks 996.333.051.26 designated M095 in the parts catalog Springs 996.333.531.56 designated M095 in the parts catalog (green/green) My car does have the original shocks which is good news but for some reason the special M095 rear springs are more expensive than the normal M030 springs :angry: I do not know what the difference is between the special rear shocks and springs M095 and the normal M030 shocks and springs? Loren thanks for all your help :renntech:
Hi Loren, I finally managed to read the part numbers of the shocks: Front: 996.343.041.21 & 996.343.051.26 Back: I only managed to read the part number of one of the shocks back: 996.333.055.89 and it had a white label stating ROW 40th Jahre so I assume the shocks are the original shocks? So to conclude all I need to bring the car back to its originals state is to replace the H&R springs with Front: 996.343.531.19.504 & Rear: 996.333.531.26.504?
Thanks Loren! I believe the previous owner only changed the springs not the shocks but I need to check to be sure. Do you know a way to determine if the shocks are the original ones without the use of a lift and taking off the wheels etc? Is there any marking I can look for? It worries me a bit that the Porsche parts dept. quoted me different part numbers and gave me the part numbers for a standard C2 coupe, I even gave them the chassis number of my car! The part numbers you gave me are they for the european version of the 40th Anniversary Carrera Coupe which I own? Thanks
For sure. I recently bought a 911 40th Anniv. Ed. 2004 model. Unfortunately the previous owner fitted the car with H&R springs which lowers the car a lot. The car is now very low. The car drives OK with the H&R springs but I have problems entering my driveway and going over speed bumps so I would like to fit the original springs this car was born with from the factory and bring it back to its original state.
I have managed to come up with: 1 x 996 343 531 15 504 front spring set 1 x 996 333 531 23 504 rear spring set as the original springs for a european 2004 model 911 (996) 40th Anniv. Ed. Can you confirm this? Thanks
Hi, Can anybody help with the part numbers for the original 4 springs fitted to the 40th Anniv. Ed. I believe the rear springs are different from the normal sport suspension, that was fitted as standard? Thanks