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About james b

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  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    Cayman S
  • Former cars
    993 C4S
  1. [ I'd like to ask if anyone has tried this recently with success? I went out and bought the required parts (the steering column lower cowl/cover, the fixings and the cruise control switch (part number 997.613.261.00) but when I got to fit the new (extra) crise control switch I found that there is a socket moulded into the rear face of it which looks as though it's meant to take a three pin connector, and there's no obvious loose flying lead with an unused connector to plug in! My car is an 07MY Cayman but the switch I sourced is a bit older - looks to be July 2004 from the manufactur's s
  2. Can anyone confirm how to remove the Sports Steering Wheel from a Cayman S? I believe I need to disconnect the battery and then somehow pop-off the airbag/cover before accessing the fixing to the column - it's the airbag removal bit that I'm not sure about. Do I somehow release this from the rear side of the steering wheel? Thanks and regards James
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