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You will want to snap off the "buttons" you have circled. It's going to make you cringe, but you have to. Second, fit the new piece through the holes and clamp or hold tight. Some of the new posts will stick up much too high, so it will make life easier if you trim some of these. After you do this on one, you will know how much to trim. The third step can be done one of two ways: 1) take a torch lighter and melt the plastic posts down over the holes just like it was when you looked at it with the old piece; or 2) take some self tapping screws appropriate for the holes in the posts, and use them and some washers to tighten the surround onto the door card. The later method is more reversible, but even if you do the first one, the second method with the screw is still available if you screw it up. Good luck!
I had the same issue with iPod and iPhone regular cables, so I think that is the origin of the problem. I had an iPod for quite awhile and then bought and iPhone. The old iPod cords would fit in the iPhone charger socket, but would not charge it. My guess is the Denison you have is an older version that is set for the older version iPod connector. There could be a software patch out there, but I am unaware of it.
Thank you very much!
Sorry --- 2007
It's not in the OM, and I can't seem to find one on-line anywhere after multiple searches. I'm hardwiring my V1 and would like to choose which fuse I am going to couple it with. Thanks!
Oh.. no no not disconnecting anything, just pressing some switches on the handbrake or sometime to change to rwd mode. the roadshow guys does it all the time! i know a 997 TT have this function, just trying to figure that out! :P I don't think it is possible on a 997TT with AWD to electronically change from AWD to RWD. I'll be interested to hear if someone else can actually do this.
My 1999 3.4L has a coolant leak from a black box on the engine that is not easily accessible. I can see where the leak is, but can't identify the part. The indy said he may have to pull the engine to get to it. Any thoughts what the black box is? I have a diagram of hoses, but this part is not showing. I don't appear to have oil/coolant mix, just a coolant leak. Any help would be appreciated. I do not have a picture available at this time.