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    Porsche 996 GT3 Mk1
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    Nissan Sileighty, 400hp RWD Turbo monster.
  1. I'll let Manthey, JZM, and the Rupert Lewin Racing team that they were wrong on filling the coolant with the engine running ;) That's good. Even professionals can learn somethng new every once in awhile. :D Ah, so you say Porsche the vehicle manufacturer also wouldn't know either? Have you actually read the Porsche workshop manual? Nup, I don't think so because if you did then I believe you missed section 19-3 where it specifically states after filling at idle, seal the system, run till at operating temp, force fans on, unseal system, continue to top-up while running engine
  2. They say this but in practice with my car it does not work. I put the key in the door and turn the lock. Immediately the alarm sounds - it sounds as soon as the doors unlock. Note: I have not opened the door at this point. I then have to race to put the key into the ignition and press the button. I'm not sure if once the alarm goes off I can turn it off without putting it into the ignition by just pressing the button. I will try next time.....But simply unlocking it and not opening it doesn't work in my case.... not sure why... Jeff And your car is an RoW car? (I am guessing) They
  3. They say this but in practice with my car it does not work. I put the key in the door and turn the lock. Immediately the alarm sounds - it sounds as soon as the doors unlock. Note: I have not opened the door at this point. I then have to race to put the key into the ignition and press the button. I'm not sure if once the alarm goes off I can turn it off without putting it into the ignition by just pressing the button. I will try next time.....But simply unlocking it and not opening it doesn't work in my case.... not sure why... Jeff
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