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About rfauto

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    Troy, NH
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2000 996 Coupe
  1. I have found that tires made a huge difference on my 996 coupe. I purchased the car with Falken tires. They were no good. I replaced them with Continental Sportcontact 2. They were ok for like 1,000 miles and then got loud. A friend recommend the Michelin Pilot PS2. They are expensive and wear quickly but are the best yet.
  2. Hi. I'm wondering what the part number is for a 996 light wood 3 spoke steering wheel in natural brown is? On my certificate of authenticity the interior code for natural brown is 02 but it seems when i am searching for parts the designation is T11? Help?
  3. hi all. i have a 2000 996 that i purchased in january. it came with one key. the transmitter on my key looks like it's in good condition, manually locks - unlocks the doors and starts the car. the remote on the head flashes when i push the lock/unlock button, but the doors on the car will not unlock or lock. i just ordered a new key blank and transmitter ($250.80 wholesale) and have an appointment on friday at my local porsche dealer to have it programmed and hopefully my old key made fully operational. I'll let you know what they say and how much it costs to fix the problem.
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