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  1. Actually quite a bit in it. val.pdf
  2. Yes received my 2'nd turbo S. I would post it, but the PIWIS system watermarks my email address into the document - I guess to prevent such stuff. If you subscribe to PIWIS it's available for I think €2.
  3. It's a bit hidden in PIWIS. The search engine seems poor and doesn't find stuff. I got it from drilling down - ie set the car type as 2014 Turbo S then, Information media, SY - Symptom-based repair instructions, Transmission/suspension/brakes.
  4. Same here. I can click on the file, choose where to download it to, then open it as a usual .pdf
  5. Like the turbo tech info It does not require one, it is a PDF file.
  6. Click the link at top of the page "Call for Donations - All new donations go towards our 2014 operating expenses. Please consider an ANNUAL donation to help keep this site operating. Click here to Donate" Once contributed, you are a contributing member. Any problems PM Loren as owner of site.
  7. WE02 Stops Service interval light coming on early WE14 Rear axle steering warning lights have been coming on and rear steering stops working
  8. Workshop Campaign WE11. Replacing vacuum lines for sound symposer. The lines on the change over valve can slip off due to engine vibrations. A faulty cooling system message can be generated due to the open vacuum line. They replace the vacuum line and the clean air line on the change over valve.
  9. 50 launches in a row with no problems! 5th gear review of turbo s part 1 part 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxRAbFFpTSo
  10. I just had PCCB discs replaced on Turbo S. They were part no 991.351.407.00 and 991.351.408.00 and they have now been updated to 991.351.40x.002. They are for the fronts. The rear discs are now on part number 991.352.40x.003 but I had no noise from them. The symptom was a clicking noise on braking. It tended to occur from moderate speed down to a near stop. The TSB is WM465155. At the same time I had both front brake PCCB dirt shields replaced. The symptom was a metallic "ting" on reversing on full lock. New part no.s are 991.351.805.03 and 806.03. They are fitted from factory after Feb 2014
  11. Further googling came up with these. Porsche_918_Spyder_Datasheet.pdf 918 Spyder Product Update - Nov 2012.pdf
  12. Sadly a state of affairs at most dealers. The dealer will have it or access to it, but to most sales persons they are selling a box with 4 wheels- could be a washing machine as far as they care. Certainly my dealer stated I knew far more about the car than he did. That came from reading the manual on the iPhone app prior to delivery. If sales were as interested in their product as purchasers seem to be, they would read every model manual, look at all the online tech into and Hoover up everything they could to make them more knowledgeable on the product. Maybe that's me expecting too much.
  13. Whilst googling came across this E_991-TURBO_KATALOG.pdf
  14. Whilst googling, came across these.
  15. The part number from the ebay auction (996 642 133 06) is a CD for PCM1.
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