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  1. type 4462 y5041540 cdr220 Thanks, Ethan
  2. Ok I was involved in an accident where my raditor was replaced on one side as a result the body shop also needed to replace some coolant. I mentioned to the body shop they needed to use special coolant and they indicated they used a universal coolant that mixes with anything. Is this possible? Is there a way to test the coolant to see if it meets Porsche spec? about 5k miles ago I had 10,000+ worth of work done to my engine by a porsche dealership including replacing coolant so I know the engine was in perfect running order. I know the smart thing to do would be replace the coolant but in all honesty not sure I can afford in after paying the ductuctible. Ethan
  3. So I needed to have the roof panel replaced on my 996 coupe with sunroof. Well I wnet to pick up the car and the sunroof wasnt aligned properly you could see where it was higher on one side. Looking inside the car you could see daylight. Well anyway I told the body shop look it isnt right. The sunroof doesnt align they indicated that they do not need to remove sunroof to change roof panel. Is that true? I would think you woudl need to remove the headliner, sunroof, front and rear glass to change the roof panel and then when reassembling you would need to adjust everything to fit properly. Does anyone know? or does anyone have the repair procedure in writing so I can fight with the body shop/insurnace company? Geico the insurance company already has done me no help by payign the body shop 9000 towards the repairs leaving only the 1000 deductible. Not leaving me much leverage at all. Thanks, Ethan
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