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Richard in Colorado

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About Richard in Colorado

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  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2002 996 C2 Cab, Guards Red
    2003 Range Rover, Chawton White
  • Future cars
    2005 997 C2 Coupe, Seal Grey
  • Former cars
    1971 911T Targa
    1990 911 C2 Coupe
    2000 Boxter
  1. My '03 Range Rover, like yours, has all the non-functioning phone buttons on the steering wheel. The '05 US Range Rovers & LR3's have or will shortly have available any one of 4 Nokia Bluetooth candy bar GSM phones integrated into the vehicle without SIM card removal. With GSM sevice being locally quite inferior to CDMA, I am intending to install a power & antenna wired phone cradle for my Verizon/Motorola v710 Bluetooth phone either to the right of the screen in the upper console or in the console bin of my 997 arriving mid February. I intend to operate the phone through my Bluetooth headset or a Motorola Bluetooth hands free set up. I will post pictures of the install.
  2. I have a B&M unit on my 996 & like it a lot so as wanting to get one for my 997, on order. Is the not being able to use the Porsche factory cable adjustment tool a problem for me to consider before getting the B&M shifter? I'm not sure that I understand the significance of this.
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