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Thanks for the response. I went to a local convertible top shop and they are gonna sew it back for about $600.(Canadian) I figured I might as well do it right. But, the guy said you can't use an aftermarket window and any clear plastic and that if i wanted a new one, I'd have to get a factory one. Does that sound right? My plastic window isn't bad, I can still see through it and i'm sure if i use a plastic polish, it will come out clearer again.
Hi, i did a search for this and couldn't find an answer. I have recently purchased a 1999 996 cab and i noticed that the rear window bottom was coming unglued. Well, today, i noticed a section roughy six inches has come completely unglued. Does anyone know what kind of glue i can use to fix this?
cosmican replied to cosmican's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)I have approx 98k on it. The previous owner supposedly changed the clutch 25k to 30k ago. The only docs i have are of the parts, but not the install. the porsche technician said that it should be at least 4 times easier to push the pedal as the pedal currently is quite heavy. The cost here is 2k for clutch and install and if need a flywheel, another 1k or so. If anyone from Vancouver knows of any other service centres here that they have had good experiece with, please let me know.
Hi all, I just bought a 99 996 and have some questions about the clutch. This is my first 996, I had a 944 in the past. The clutch feels heavy and it seems to engage very high on the pedal travel. Is this normal? I went to a local independent dealer and he said it needs a clutch replacement. I also went to the local authorized dealer and they told me the same. Are they telling me this just so I have to buy a new clutch from them? Is there an adjustment to have the clutch engage closer to the beginning (near the floor)? or do I really need an new clutch? The clutch doesn't seem to be slipping, but then again, I'm not that familar with the car and the fact that I haven't driven a stick for almost 15years doesn't help. I have an appointment to have it replaced in a couple weeks, but if i don't need to, I'm gonna cancel it. If there's an adjustment or some thing else, it would help. Thanks.