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    2002 996 cabriolet
  1. I found an old school auto electrical outfit in Santa Barbara and had them rebuild mine, cost about $100
  2. Great suggestions, is the 2002 fuel filter the same as 99-01? AKA, Loren, could you kindly tell me what the part numbers are for the fuel filter, front tranny mount and AOS are for a 2002 C2 cab? Thank you everyone!
  3. Ok, so looks like the throwout bearing gave it up on my C2 cab. Not too bad, 84k on it, I'm going to have a new clutch put in, main seal, and while it's out, the IMS bearing, tranny oil change, and why not do the slave cylinder. Any other known trouble spots easier to fix when the tranny is out? Is the AOS any easier?
  4. man come on, I've had a rough night, and I hate the fnn Eagles, man
  5. Does the flywheel have to be replaced also? Adds a lot of cost.
  6. It felt like something broke, car has 83K on it, perhaps time for a new clutch. Local indy will do it for 1500, seems very reasonable, throw in a 1k for the IMS upgrade.
  7. I was driving home and it felt like something gave or broke in the clutch system. The pedal kind of suddenly went to the floor and the car became hard to shift. Clutch still has pressure but pedal feels very light. Car creeps when in 1st and clutch depressed. Any ideas?
  8. Always a trick with these cars. I used the pickle fork, can vouch that you have to be careful to not drive the end into the carrier.
  9. The insert is pretty tight, I cannot find the rattle, replaced the lower suspension arm with new ball joints, sway bar mounts, and inner/outer tie rod. I'm hoping that the inners did the trick, if not, I'm baffled
  10. I let my pressure get low and my backs wore out on the inside. I run 36 back, 32 front same size rims as you
  11. nope, did not, I found an old school shop and we were able to press it off, it went back in the hub easy enough. If this doesn't fix my front end rattle, I'm going to lose my mind.
  12. So I started to replace the inner tie rods on my 2002 cab, easy breasy, got the trw inners, some hose clamp, blue loctite, tool from pep boys, went ahead and rented the outer tie rod end tool also. And now the fun began, all the outer tie rod end tool did was mangle the threads, no problem, I'll just see if I can get it out as I have the old set of outer, can make due until I get a new one. WRONG!, the steel insert came off the hub assembly and I cannot get it off the tie rod end. Any idea if it is available, the steel insert that goes in the aluminum hub assembly? How screwed am I?
  13. I haven't had much luck with non OEM parts, my car throws a fit if I try to put them on.
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