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  1. The majority of that black film is tire / brake dust! Deep breaths w/ the windows wide open............
  2. Absolutely right. That's not the problem. The problem is where to place the 02 sensors. (2) sensors have black connectors and the other (2) sensors have gray connectors. I need to find out which sensors go where - before the cats and after.
  3. Hello Loren, I recently went through the effort of changing the spark plugs, oil tubes, and o-rings. Thanks to your DIY, it was a breeze (I did remove the mufflers). While removing the mufflers, I noticed that the muffler tube that extends into the cat was oblong and decided to have a muffler shop round-out the tube. I removed both cats. I thought I labeled the 02 sensors properly, but regret that i didn't. Can you tell me which 02 sensor goes to the pre-cat and which goes after the cat. They are, as you know, color-coded. One connection is Black and the other is gray. I believe the BLACK connector goes to the pre-cat........... Thank You,
  4. rear wheel bearing. Common when the car is abused (burnouts, donuts) Cheap fix. Hopefully the spider gears are in tact. PPI immediately!!!!!!!! Tomasz.
  5. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Anybody have DIY or a link for removing the standard (3)-stalk and installing the (4)-stalk mechanism to utilize the on-board computer functions. Thanks!
  6. No problem. Eric really is the man! Your ride looks excellent. It really updates the look. Those flat black bumperettes just look old school.........
  7. Just installed my Speed Yellow Bumperettes - painted by Eric. All I can say is AMAZING! They are flawless!. If you have been putting this off, call him and do it. Totally revitalized the car.... http://www.bumperplugs.com/BPindex.html
  8. Is there any difference between the leather or vinyl 99-04 Carrera airbags? I know the material is different, but what about visually? Stitching differences? Emblem size? The reason I ask is that the Leather airbag is actually cheaper than the vinyl airbag............
  9. WHAT?? Name calling? I really don't know who you think you are, but just because you had a 'good' one and a 'bad' one does not justify pushing the 3.4 to the curb. I’ve had the 99,00,01 in my family and have NEVER had one hic-cup. My family has owned nothing but Porsche since conception. Your remarks are biased based on people who have abused their engines and displayed their animosity via the internet. That is why I use the term 'close-minded'. This is my opinion and there are many more just like mine. I respect your opinion, likewise, please respect mine. DO NOT DECIMATE MY NAME ON THIS FORUM AGAIN! If you have something constructive to say to me, please email me or PM me. Your anger comes shinning through in your text…………. Likewise, your 'nasty' posts have no place on this forum or for that matter, any other forum.
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