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  1. Found it in another post - 996 101 021 52.
  2. Noticed some squeaking and thought it was time for a new tensioner. To my surprise - I noticed my alternator mount cracked. Does anyone know the part number? 1999 996 c2 Cab.
  3. Nice catch guys. It IS LBS. The point was that you should not expect to put a full 2lbs in the system. It's been in the 100s here and I'm still chilly cool (even with black leather).....
  4. Just a quick follow-up to this post. I struggled through my stubbornness and took the car to a local service station (I’m 45 minutes from a P dealer). The AC values are in the front trunk. They can be found under the right (passenger side) plastic cover near the cabin filter. The shop had a fairly large machine with 2 lines. The mechanic explained the system ‘should’ be vacuumed before adding coolant – any coolant still in the system is reclaimed. Once this system was clean, 1.95ozs of coolant was added. The whole took about 30 minutes and my air was REALLY cold immediately following. The damage was $80.
  5. 99 996 Black Cabby 6-speed 72K very hard miles - Running soild.
  6. Posted this request on the other Renn site with little response.. In the spirit of the forums, an exhaustive search did not reveal the help I need. I need a quick fix. I have a wedding to attend in a couple of days and my A/C stopped blowing cold. It is predicted to be in the 90s for the wedding. If I don’t get the A/C cold (she will want to take the Rover- Eeks!). The air slowly lost it's coolness over a month or so. I realize there is probably a root cause (and expensive fix) for the warm air – however, no time to a trip to the dealer. I’ve watched people recharge their A/C systems and it appears to be fairly simple. Does anyone have experience or have a cook book for the recharge process.
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