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    2003 986S
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    1999 NSX, 1998 Boxster, 1991 NSX, 944 Turbo, 1973 911S, 1973 911T
  1. It could be a defect in one of your tires. I suggest you check for a slight bulge in both front and rear tires primarily where the sidewall meets the tread.
  2. Steve, I recently traded my Boxster for a 997 but was considering a 996 cab. According to two dealers they were trying to push their 996's out the door. As a reality check, he cab was offered to me for their invoice without even a start at negotiation. Good luck, Bernie
  3. Traded my 986S for a 997S Saturday and all I can say is WOW. Almost went with the 997 and almost went with a 996 nicely loaded Cab. But the 997S, again, WOW. Now I need some tech advice. 1. Any suggestions as to where to hard wire my V-1? The Boxster was simple but on the 997 i haven't a clue. 2. Is the Nav unit simply a "plug and play" or does a Porsche Tech have to do their magic to turn it on? I was told by the salesperson that the unit just plugs in. Thanks for your help and for a great forum
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