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About sandyman65535

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  1. Hi, Hopefully an easy question: Will an '01 S stock exhaust fit and '03 S? Looks like it should, but I thought I'd make sure. Thanks.
  2. Hi , I'm looking for a part number for the black trim piece highlighted in the attached pic. Looks equivalent to the "sill corner piece" on a 986/996. Left rear. Thanks.
  3. You might be right. Austauschen in German means swap-out / exchange. http://translate.google.com/#de|en|austauschen
  4. That's exactly right. It goes to sleep after 7 days to conserve the battery. And if it's the same as the 986, you have to put the key in the ignition in fairly quickly after opening it with the lock, else the alarm goes off.
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