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  1. sorry but what is "LWFW" ? ok i searched .... no it doesn't have light flywheel. I know what that sounds like. this in the rt chain area. flywheel noise usually goes away when clutch is applied, this doesn't.
  2. 2002 996tt @51k miles has a chain niose on rt side. kinda, a clicky-clack,clicky-clack,clicky-clack....... at idle...... off idle goes away. listening with a long screwdriver you hear it on the rt chainrails mounting pins. so we are thinking a worn rail or pad on the rail. what about tenioner....low presure at idle ? or chain slack......... at low idle ? It's a new owner he never noticed it till I brought it to his attention doing and oil change. now paranoia has set in and he hears it and wants it fixed, I have motor out ,Valve Covers off. getting ready to remove chain rail
  3. help, need radio code for customer I replaced Alternator owner doesn't have code. ( new owner) Becker Type Cdr220 Model BE 6625 Ser# 2501 4884 thanks
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