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    2003 996 Twin Turbo X50
  1. See the post right before yours... Where do I top up the pentosin fluid? does it do into the pump or the rams? The hydraulic cylinder can only be filled in a retracted position. Position the hydraulic cylinder vertically and fill with 5 ml Pentosin (per hydraulic cylinder) using a syringe. my spoiler is in the lowered position, is there a manual way of lifting it up so that I can remove the wing and pumps? I've tried putting a 12V supply to it and I can only hear the motor running with no movement. I also understand that there is a special tool required to remove the rear wing from the rams, is it absolutely essential that I use this tool or can I use something else to substitute. many thanks I have a questions with respect to a 2003 X50 I just purchased. The spoiler appears to go up fine once the car hits the proper speeds. It also goes up fine when the manual buttun is depressed. It takes a while for it to come back down automatically and also manually (it waits for something to reset). The spoiler failure code comes up after the spoiler raises. The bottom of each ram has a little fluid on it. The car has been in storage for 1.5 years. Anybody help me get rid of this problem?
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