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  1. Loren, any idea of an equivalent product available in Europe ? Chevron website indicates techron only for the U.S. Thanks
  2. I also have some issues with the sim card slot of my PCM2 unit: the sim card is also suddenly "unreadable" as the unit says it cannot find a sim card or the sim card is unreadable... hopefully, it's working fine 90% of the time but all suddenly I got the problem and have to eject and re-insert the sim card... maybe try a contact cleaner to see if it's get better ? the sim card "drawer" has some tiny metallic parts inside that could be dirty or something... mine is a "recent" unit: from a MY2004 car, pretty unacceptable for such expensive cars
  3. had the same problem with my previous car: battery fully charged and dropping quickly after a couple of days, replaced the battery and voila... (battery was less than 3y old and was an oem) considering the low cost of a battery, I would not hesitate: change it !
  4. The part number does not match any of the PET ?! It's manufactured by Brembo, there's the brembo part # 28.7181.01 visible on the picture, maybe you can ask a brembo dealer to lookup the part # ? Attached is the PET part number list for the wheel carrier(s) Hope this helps
  5. If this can help, here's a pict of my 3.6 ones (removed from MY2004 3.6)
  6. you can have a look at previous posts for example: http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=4516 using the search tool using the advanced syntax of +pse +off or +pse +default will give you some other helpfull posts BTW: why do you want to start in off ? PSE is not so loud ?! compared to other after market exhausts it's pretty conservative
  7. :oops: I did not noticed you were asking for 997 ! , the pressure I listed are for the 996s !! anyway, from the 997 owner manual: it seems Porsche provide a tire sealant kit instead of spare wheel they mention a optional collapsible spare wheel ( I suppose that's the one you have ?!) pressure should be mentionned on the pressure plate located on your driver's door aperture
  8. From the owner manual: for Carrera / Targa models: 60 PSI for Carrera 4 / 4S models: 36 PSI no mention of any pressure difference F/R
  9. Any update on this ? I could not find any pictures in the DIY section and ... well I still don't figure exactly where's the drain plug located on how to clean it ?! Thanks for your input , as always
  10. if it's a new install, you don't need to cut any diode, just ask your dealer to leave the grey/pink wire supposed to go to the speedometer disconnected. That will do the job: as the PSE does not receive any speed info, it will think the car is idle and let the sound loud it's easier than cutting a diode and you can change your mind (I doubt so) later on by just reconnecting the wire... That's how I've done it (asked my dealer not to connect the wire) but they were already aware of the trick... Works fine and won't scare your dealer (some may be scarred at cutting brand new relays :-) )
  11. Had Bridge S02 on my 993 on was very happy with them, I now run Mich PS2 on my 996 and I'm very happy with these too... I still have to find someone happy with the Pirelli... Only drawback: the PS2 are much more expensive than the Pirelli (at least in europe, don't know in the US) Paid around 800 euros for my last set of two rear PS2 ... :-((
  12. have a look at this topic http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=11894
  13. Guys, my point was not that p-cars brakes feeling is wrong but rather the totally different feeling between the "old" generations like the 993 and the latest water cooled models... As stated, I previously owned a 993TT and the feeling was more like what others describe as the "BMW" style I'm curious to see if some have an technical explanation on this difference... Izzy mentionned pagid pads that would change the feeling but I'm "scared" by the pads noise as I'm a city driver and don't plan to track the car...
  14. Depending on the fiber optic emitter, the cable quality *IS* important, running a loosely repaired cable will force the emitter to retransmit the signal at an abnormaly high rate... Maybe you can try shops like blacbox which carry IT fiber optics tools & cables for reasonable prices or from an electrician doing IT cabling, as fiber optic is widely used in modern buildings probably cheapest than paying a Porsche Dealer to fix it ! just my 2c
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