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  1. I would second RaggTopp. Blue tape off and cover for any overspray on windows, trim and body, worth the time.
  2. Raggtop cleaner and protectant. Great Product. Blue tape and cover all adjacent areas when spraying. manufacturer - http://www.wolfsteins.com/index2.php available from many sources
  3. Do you position the gas nozzle so it is upside down (lever at the top)? I've had better fills this way. Although I have to say the lock catch is not legal in my state so I'm holding the lever and monitoring the fill.
  4. I too have found Rejex very effective, follow directions for two+ coats. Do the inside and out of wheel, really makes cleaning easier. http://www.corrosionx.com/rejex.html
  5. I don't have that problem, on the iPhone 3G settings/mail, contact, calendar under contacts shows choice for sort order and display order - try that maybe.
  6. it is a burnt disk, but I have been ejecting it fine the past couple of weeks. I have tried with a dental pick but it seems the CD sits slightly lower with respect to the opening so would have to get under it somehow to pry it up towards the eject roller... how did you get this to work? and do you have a PCM or the older style unit? Thanks Sam Use something thin and flat to guide it out while using eject. If the disk is low, then go lower. You just what to insert something smooth a centimeter or two. Try a flat plastic card, like an un-embossed credit card or a thin putty knife.
  7. Not sure how this could be applied but I've had to replace the control electronics on my home Air Conditioner condensing unit due to mice eating the insulation on the wires and their bodies shorting the circuit. This of course also results in the mouse's demise. The only solution that I've found to keep them away is to place a number of hanging holders with moth balls inside the unit, changing them every three months or so.
  8. The Nokian tyres are actually very good winter tyres. Very good grip and quite stable even at high speed on dry tarmac. Much better than the recommended Michelin Alpin. You should ask for these specs: WR 295/30 R19 100V XL N0 WR 235/35 R19 87V N0 They are very easy to get in Europe. Just spoke to Tirerack (the official Porsche North American tire supplier), even though the Nokians are not listed on their website. Apparently, there has been a significantly scaled back production run this year and all available stock is going straight to the dealers. I spoke to Nokian Tyres in La Vergne, TN, 1-800-565-2525. I was told they had stock (he checked the sizes) that could be ordered from any of their dealers. Brochure at: http://www.nokianrenkaat.fi/files/nokianty...vikooste_EN.pdf
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