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    cayenne turbo s, gt2 gt3, 944 turbo, 993 turbo 4
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    911 turbo cab
  1. Hi folks The ignition switch on my '98 993 turbo is starting to play up. When i put the key in to start it wont turn without me having to wiggle it about. It doesnt make any difference if the steering lock is on or not, it will go after a while but i dont want to get caught out with it. Any ideas?
  2. We have just replaced the front rotors and pads on our 06 Cayenne turbo s. This one has the huge 380mm rotors with the red calipers and has two socket headed bolts fixing the caliper to a bracket which then mounts to the hub. It was easier to remove these two rather than the larger ones on the hub bracket but does anyone know what the torque setting for them should be? I believe the bolts are 12mm x 70mm. Many thanks
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