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    Stockton, Ca
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  • Present cars
    1976 930 Turbo
    1999 996 C2 wide body
  • Future cars
    Carrera GT
  • Former cars
    BMW 2002 Tii
    Mercedes CLK 55 AMG
    Audi A8
  1. Ok I found the button and the wing went up. I'll let you know what happens when I get a spanner wrench on it.
  2. How do you get the wing up, I don't think I have a manual button.
  3. Do you have a schmatic of where I would use the spanner wrench to tighten the wing.
  4. It looks to be all the way down. Looking at the car from the rear the right side is lower than the left.
  5. I saw one on ebay that looked like the whole package (several owners manuals) for around $150. I thought it was a little pricey.
  6. The car is a 1999 C2. A 996tt hydralic wing has been added after market. I have looked at the schematics for 996tt and what I have is identical. The wing does not sit level when at rest or all the way up. I thought maybe it was bolted in unevenly, but that doesn't seem to be it. I read a article about tightening it with a spaner wrench, but schematics don't show anything. I would say its about .5" off level. Thank You
  7. The wing is not level, does anyone know how to adjust it. Do I need a special tools, do I need to bleed out one side, how do you get the wing to stay up when the car is stopped.
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