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  1. HI Loren, Do you have access to the same info, but for 2006 997 C4S? Thanks, Fred
  2. One possibility is...If the brakes are wet (e.g. after washing car or driving in rain) and left overnight with the parking brake on, the metallic components of the pads can "rust" onto the rotor. In the morning, the brakes will "pop" to break the bond as the car starts to roll. No big deal. If no wet conditions, then it's not this. In any case, I would not hesitate to set the parking brake except under severe heat conditions (e.g. tracking the car). G'luck. FR
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