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    '02 C2 / '14 PTT
  1. Hey guys - need some help. I have a 2014 PTT w/ PASM - does NOT have sport chrono clock I just ordered the Sport Plus button add-on from my dealer Manhattan Motorcars. They put my VIN into the Tequipment system, ordered the part, but when they tried to install it is throwing an error saying the button isn't compatible with the car, specifically because it doesn't have the Sport Chrono clock. They are going back and forth with PCNA all week trying to get this coded correctly, but no joy yet. If anyone can be helpful would be greatly appreciated. Tico at Manhattan Motorwerks division is handling (amazing guy, not his fault as far as I'm concerned)
  2. Ok so to be clear w regard to the design key- the pill AND the circuit board would need to be ported? So if the circuit board isn't transmitting anymore for whatever reason - I'm off to the dealer for a new reprogrammed key correct ?
  3. I will try the emergency procedure again today - turning twice was definitely ineffective - will try 3x im attaching a photo- is the pill the circled part? Can I transfer to 997 key without transferring the circuit board and just the pill? Does dealer need to program and charge me $400?
  4. I've searched rennlist - can you point me in the right direction here
  5. Hey guys - long time no see (which means 10+ years of bulletproof ownership!) 02 C2 both my my keys fobs have given up the ghost i am ok with manual locking but when I turn the key to lock from outside only the driver door locks if I am inside the car and press the lock switch both doors lock no beeps / no codes im sure there's a way to program the car to lock and unlock both doors when I manually lock with the key can someone point me in the right direction? Loren ?
  6. 2002 911 C2 Becker cdr 220 Serial Y50448501 Type 4462 24/99 Gal 00 Cdp2081 thanks Loren! Update resolved, found book, 7843 incidentally
  7. Update: about a week later, still no leaks, coolant temps are fine. Thanks again guys!
  8. Thanks Lo Gray, I wound up pulling the bumper after realizing that what I was terming an underbody panel was in fact integral to the bumper cover, I think we got confused because I've had the gt3 front spoiler on so long it looks like the bottom of the bumper is a different part. Long story short, it was in fact the drain screw-plug, broken off at the head and slowly leaking. Drilled a pilot, used an easy out, and replaced. Filtered and refilled coolant, pressurized, no leak from elsewhere.
  9. doing this job now, having a hell of a time removing the forward-most underbody panels to access the radiator drain from the rear, any instructions? Will removing the bumper cover allow me to remove the forward underbody panel?
  10. I think this may be a much simpler job than originally anticipated. Based on the photos, my drain plug may have just shaken loose, might be the whole story. does this part number come up as a drain plug for you? 996 106 901 00 / 10 X 1.5 BEHR
  11. i was just looking at a photo of a new center radiator, showing a blue drain plug in the hole where it appears I'm leaking from. Can you confirm whether or not you've got a drain plug there?
  12. Thanks Loren. Do you know where I could find the part numbers for the hoses?
  13. Gentlemen, My poor new york city dwelling 2002 996 C2 Tip has sprung a leak, seemingly from the plastic part of the center radiator in the attached pictures. Not a ton of fluid leaking but I'd like to get it sorted out. I'm pretty sure I'm going to replace the center radiator and hoses. Loren - I know you have a DIY for adding a center rad to a standard trans car. Do you have the part numbers for replacing the radiator and hoses on a Mk2 C2 Tip? I'd also love to know if the blue rubber seal in the picture is potentially repairable (if it turns out to be the culprit), as anything which spares me from removing the front clip would be nice as I lack a really proper garage where I live. Best, Hans
  14. Hah that explains it! I'll go give it a shot right now Thanks Loren UPDATE: 5mm allen wrench worked thanks again
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