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  1. I drive an hour from my home and have "The Tint Guy" 740 877 2307. He's done 2 Porsche 911's for me. Plus all my personal cars. He use to work for 3M and teach people how to install window tint and clear bra's. He does a great job and I highly recommend driving the extra mile and let him do your Porsche!! Picture of my ride the day I picked her up!! LOVE THE CAR!!
  2. We use nitrogen in our aircraft wheels. It's the moisture issue. E
  3. Wish it was that simple. Not just high RPM's on a cold engine. That's the worst part. Go get Porsche 996 the essential companion!! This guy looks into the engine failure problem. The best thing you can do is run it like you stole it. Let the engine come up to temp and keep the engine in the high rev 4000+. Don't baby the engine. E
  4. Totally normal. This is one of the first signs you need to pick up a battery NOW! The battery just doesn't have the cranking AMPs to start the car. E
  5. I stick a very soft foam block so the hood will not close completely. Zero chance of damage. I have a maintainer clamped to the battery and the maintainer flashes different colors so I know of any problems. I like the going out the top but I don't like the idea of wires chaffing the side of my ride. NO ONE IS ALLOWED NEAR THE CAR! It sits in the 3rd bay. E
  6. That's the incorrect part. That's the ring around the headlight. The washer head is $50. Thanks anyway E :notworthy:
  7. Thanks guys! 2003 C2. Right side is missing. Thanks loren. I looked it up on sunset, it was $50. Can I just buy the cap? E
  8. Looks like I lost the silver peice where my headlight washer pops up. How do I fix it?? Looking at the parts info on line do I have to order the complete assy? How do you change it out? Thanks E
  9. It's the coolant level. Shouldn't be low, it's a closed loop. You can do a search on oil and draw your only conclusion. Learn how to check the oil and keep it full. Just try to keep the oil level up. Don't go 15000 mile between changes. The site here may have your manual for down load. Drive it like you stole it. E :clapping: You have a Carrera, Cab refers to the convertible. If you know for sure you have mobil 1 you can mix the oils. I'd go get an oil change. 0W40 has a wide temp range. I'd go Mobil 1 5W50 with 100,000 miles on the engine. Keep an eye on it. E
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