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  1. I was under the understanding that the engine needed to be lifted slightly to get access to the back spark plugs. My 2015 TT has 14K miles. I plan to wait until the car reaches the 30K mileage mark before considering the spark plug change.
  2. Valentine 1 installation I was looking for a Cayman S DIY to hardwire a Valentine 1 radar detector without running the wire across the headliner, down the A pillar to the fusebox. Having not found one, one is created here for a 2008 Cayman S. 1. The first step is to use a plastic putty knife and to remove the dome light. The light has two tabs in the front, and two metal "springs" in the rear of the light. You can pry the light from the right hand side (passenger side). 2. The next two photo's show the dome light removed. This pic shows the two plastic tabs which are in t
  3. I was looking for a Cayman S DIY to hardwire a Valentine 1 radar detector without running the wire across the headliner, down the A pillar to the fusebox. Having not found one, one is created here for a 2008 Cayman S. 1. The first step is to use a plastic putty knife and to remove the dome light. The light has two tabs in the front, and two metal "springs" in the rear of the light. You can pry the light from the right hand side (passenger side). 2. The next two photo's show the dome light removed. This pic shows the two plastic tabs which are in the top of the light (facing rear). These t
  4. I had an 02 BMW M3 with SMG as my daily commuter. I loved the SMG. As a regular daily ride it allowed me to enjoy a cup of coffe during long commutes. However, for my weekend 911 4S cabrio, a stick is what I decided on.
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