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About egdull

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    Silver Spring, MD
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2007 Porsche 911 Targa (the preferred ride to preschool)
    2007 BMW X3 (the other family car)
  • Former cars
    2005 Mini Cooper S
    1998 Z3
  1. I had my independent shop look into this problem when I took it in for routine service last month, and this is what I learned. There are two bulbs inside of the indicator light enclosure under the headlight. The front side light is a small bulb inside of the enclosure. It was indeed broken in my car, and replacing it fixed the problem. I didn't see it when I performed my visual inspection as there are multiple bulbs in the enclosure (and it's a little bitty bulb). I hope this information is helpful to other forum members.
  2. Greetings, I'm getting a message in my 2007 Targa 4 dash computer that says "Check front left side light" when I turn on my car. I've visually inspected my lights, and everything seems to be working, so I might not know which bulb to check. Which bulb is the front left side light on my car? Thanks for your help Eric
  3. I've had a Targa for the past 4 months, and I have to say that it is a perfect compromise car between the coupe and the cabriolet for living in the US mid-atlantic or New England. You get to see the sun and open the car up when the weather is nice, while maintaining great visibility in the winter. I'm very happy with the wind noise and protection in the cabin with the roof open at freeway speeds. I've driven a few different cars (convertibles, sunroof open in a coupe) at highway speeds, and I find that the targa top has the lowest wind noise and passenger protection. I warmly encourage
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