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    Concord, CA
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    1995 993 C2
  1. Thanks for the reply, Ray. Let me elaborate a little and then please let me know if your previous advice still holds. When I removed the 4 spoke from my 993 I noticed that it already had markings on it for determining the center position. 1 yellow paint dot on the bottom center of the post. Red marking on the sides of the 24mm nut and a yellow dot on the top center of the nut, as well. Prior to swapping steering wheels, the car ran straight and the wheel (with airbag on) also appeared centered. However; the wheel was positioned slightly left of the yellow dot. When I put the 3 spoke on in the same position the wheel was slightly angled to the right. I then moved the wheel what appeared to be one tooth over to the right to have it match up with the yellow dot that was on there. After a brief spin around the block, I noticed that the 3 spoke was now angled to the left almost the same degree as when it was to the right and the car is running fairly straight. Hope this isn't too confusing. Thanks again.
  2. Hi, I swapped my 4 spoke for a 3 spoke off of a boxter. It looks and feels so much better. My question is: Is it normal for the wheel to be slightly off center when driving straight. I placed the wheel on using the original post markings and it was tilted right. I then adjusted to the left and it now stays slightly to the left. There does not seem to be a clear and defined center point as the teeth on the post are just to the right or left of center. Comments/advise. Thanks.
  3. Hi, Try pulling back the carpet on the sides of your trunk to expose a metal lever secured in a plastic bracket on each side. Remove the lever from the bracket and turn it back towards the windshield, then leave it in the up/middle position. The head light housing should be sticking out slightly now allowing you to open the rear and replace the bulbs. Also, in the housing should be a switch allowing you to adjust from right-side to left-side driving (I think this was what you were referring to). To replace the housing, simply place them back on the rails and push in firmly to allow the rear connectors to... connect. You might need to fiddle with the lever a little bit to make this happen. Once it the light is rather flush with the body of the car you can bring each lever back to the full front position and secure on the bracket. I hope this helps. 100571
  4. Hi, New to the forum here. I have a 95 993 C2 and the top-left corner of the spoiler is rubbing slightly against the rear hatch. Is there a way to adjust the spoiler, so that it is positioned more to the right? Also, how does one adjust the vertical angle of the spoiler? Thank you for the help. 100571
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