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  1. Hey RFM thanks for the reply! The picture in this thread is the US passenger side, water pump side of the motor, looking up from the bottom then a shot from above. In my other thread it shows the tranny side of the same head and you said it is incorrect, and it should be on the water pump side. Which one is it? It is bank 2 which I know is the passenger side on the US car. I can not see any sensors on the tranny side of the head. I saw the picture of the Bank 1 sensor in the other thread which is on the tranny side so I thought the bank 2 sensor would be on the water pump side. This is soo
  2. I have a MY99 996. The check engine light came on for my bank 2 cam sensor. I have the new sensor here but cant find the sensor on the engine. I saw a pic of the driver side (bank 1) sensor but not the passenger side. is this the spot? it is the back of the head, closest to the bumper. Thanks in advance everyone!
  3. I have been trying to find this for hours... can you guys help me out a little more? I am under the car looking at the tranny side of the passenger bank. i can see the green cam caps on the back of the head and there are no sensors around. I attached a picture can you guys tell me if this is the right area? maybe circle where the sensor is? Thanks in advance!
  4. Hey guys before you dump that kind of cash for a brand new gear box do what I did. I was having the sae issue where my car was very hard to get into 2nd gear especially when it was cold and it would pop out as soon as I let the clutch out. I searched all over the internet ooking for solutions and all i found was more and more people with problems. There was no solution out there except to replace the tranny whioch I was not about to do. A good friend of mine suggested changing the tranny fluid so I did. I changed my tranny fluid with Redline MTL and the problem is completely gone. The tranny f
  5. I would love them but they are out of my price range they are over $1000 and I can not swing that. Loren: I know all about the face lift headlights and what is needed to put them on my car if I wanted to, but if you read my post I do not want to do a face lift conversion. All I want is a replica bumper that fits with my MY99 headlights aka the fried eggs.
  6. I know that. I am just wondering if anyone has put one of these bumpers on without the side skirts and if it looks awkward or not? The picture above looks nice but it is a facelift car and I do not know how that bumper or others would look with my headlights. All of the sites that sell the bumpers only have pictures of the bumper not on the car or just a front shot of the car which doesnt give me an idea of how it flows with the rest of the car.
  7. Hi everyone, Last night I was driving home in my '99 C2 at about midnight. I was about 1/2 mile from my house and a deer ran out from the bushes on the side of the road right in front of me. I hit it with my right headlight/fender. I was doing about 35-40 MPH and luckily it was a younger doe so my car easily won the battle but still got some scars. I now have a broken headlight, some large cracks in my bumper full of deer fur, dented fender, and a broken radiator. Now my question, I am going to replace the bumper and I am not a fan of the stock bumper, it is very wimpy in my opinion. I want
  8. I think I'm having that problem as well. I'll check with the dealer. Thanks! I swear the dealer just quoted me $200 to fix this. That seems a little steep. It's just the support bar correct? Mine was in the range of $120 to $150, but the quote was actually higher since they were not exactly sure how long it would take. Can't remember for sure. It did not take them as long as they thought. They have to partially remove the headliner which is where the time comes in (and also why I did not dare try it myself). Actually I would have paid more--it just bugged me so much. PS: I t
  9. Temp gauge running up to 3/4 is fine, a little unnerving but its ok. I think it was the early 944's that always stuck towards the 3/4 mark and Porsche ended up recalibrating the gauges to sit more towards the middle so people wouldn't worry about it so much.
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