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  1. Can someone recommend the correct flywheel lock to use? Thanks!
  2. It's actually attaching to the larger hose (brake booster) via an integrated cable tie. 999 507 544 40 is the one that holds the MAF cable ( I have a few of those). This cable holder attaches to the brake booster hose with a cable tie. Another vacuum line rests in the cable holder cradle. Here is a better picture.
  3. Need help to identify P/N for 2003 TT hose clip/anchor circled in blue that attaches a vacuum line to the brake booster line. Thanks!
  4. Loren, I believe it is the black plastic brake booster vacuum line. The white piece in the picture is a coupler that fastens the hose nipple to it. I am trying find the PN for the line. Thanks!
  5. Thanks jflip. So this is a vacuum line for the brake booster? I was replacing the rubber hose that attaches to this fitting when it came apart. I didn't remove the clip. Now, the hose nipple doesn't seem to fit in the fitting as well as before, (can slide nipple in and out 1/4") so maybe I damaged the fitting. I sprayed soapy water around the fitting, with the engine running and didn't detect any leaks. The brakes seem to work fine. What do you think? I doubt if the fitting is replaceable. Thanks!
  6. Hi Loren, There is a hose that is called Hose Throttle 996-110-654-73 that originates from the intake plenum through a Y fitting, then plugs into a white connector/plastic black pipe through the Socket Fitting P/N 99611065770 that goes to the rear of the engine on the left side. I am not sure where that line terminates. I was replacing the Hose Throttle 996-110-654-73 and was trying to disconnect the Socket Fitting , when the Socket Fitting abruptly came out of the white fitting. Now the Socket Fitting is not as secure in the white fitting, as it was before I messed with it.
  7. MY2003 TT I am trying to find out the P/N for this white fitting that attaches to the Socket Fitting throttle hose P/N 99611065770. This is on the left rear side of the engine. PET doesn't show the line or fitting. Thanks!
  8. Thanks! It is working now, after I re-seated the 3 connector plugs.
  9. I reinstalled my instrument cluster on a MY 2003 996 cab. Now, all the failure indicators are on, fuel, oil, windshield fluid, and so on. there is also no outside air temp. It seems that every systems has failed. When the fuel warning comes on the message says return to workshop. any ideas what is wrong? Thanks!
  10. I have a 2003 TT X50. What are the pros and cons with going with an unsprung GT2 clutch disc? I know that my tt uses the same pressure plate, flywheel, and throw out bearing as the GT2. thank you!
  11. If I had to guess I would say the short ones are 10-12 mm, and the long one is approx.15 mm. The bolts are a hex/flange type.
  12. 2003 996 turbo X50. There are 2 M6 hex bolts that attach the engine pressure pipe 996 110 046 73 (# 2) to the mounting bracket 996 110 671 70 (# 38). A 3rd longer bolt attaches the AC bracket on the right side of the engine, and the other two shorter bolts mount to the top of the tube. Thanks Loren!
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