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    Porsche gt3 mark 1
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    porsche 997 gt3rs
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    mazda rx7
  1. It could be a perfomance chip in the car and that could be turning the lights on and off..I had one in my car that did the same thing so I changed it to a piggy back system like unichip. If it has one than its nothing to be concerned about, the overall perfomance of the car outweighs the nusiance light..
  2. Thanks, atleast I'm not the only one that has this problem...Cheers, Joe.
  3. I have a Porsche GT3 Mark 1 which I dont drive often, but when I Do it makes a rattling noise out of the engine that disappears within 3 seconds. I have spoken to Porsche and they tell me its because its a dry sump car and the oil takes time to circulate through the engine. My question is does anyone have the same problem? And does this stuff the engine up in the long term?
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